Last night, annoyed with the faulty internet and a damn headache, played with the Dreamhost OneClick Install to do a WordPress upgrade and found ZenPhoto. It have tags, but I don’t see any on demo and doesn’t seem to be too prominent. Still have market for Tagallery. Layout is nice, though it could the Web Gallery killer.
When to sleep with migraine, had a weird dream (something about me not being me but my father and desperate about losing a friendship). Woke up tired, physically and emotionally.
Most of the day playing WoW.
FunnnySpam now have two followers. Not sure if they think it’s really funny or are randomly adding people.
So I let this blog a little bit “abandoned” lately. The thing is, I’m not in the mood to blog. Mostly because I don’t think I’m doing anything interesting or worth noting (at least, by my own standards.) But I’m reading “Ghost Rider” and I think one of the small pieces I’m really enjoying (well, more than the book itself) is the “journal” entries Neil Peart adds from time to time. He describes a little bit of what he did and what did happen and his fears and thoughts… A journal.
So I’m thinking about doing something like that now too. Keep a little journal of my life. Not that I’m a noteworthy person or that I think people would be interested in what time I poop and things like that. But there is something on those journal notes that really interest me (call me egocentric if you want, but hey, this is my blog!) So… yeah, a little bit less of journalism and a little bit more of a journal.
I thought about making it a separate blog, trying different options (NanoBlogger or WebLog) but then this will become a “Delicious and Twitter” only which I think it’s pretty boring. Because it is uninteresting right now, I think it’s the right place for such entries. It’s just a little bit more of uninteresting stuff. ;)
There is one question, thought: How long I’ll keep up with this? Lately, I’m not in a mood to do things. My To-Do list on RememberTheMilk grows every day and I can finish anything. But I think if I manage to keep at least something as simple as this, maybe I’ll get in the mood to keep things going forward. I think the fact that my daily routine is so… “unroutinely”… that I don’t know what to do and when to do anymore. Right now, just hopes, even when I think it would be pretty easy, since I’m sitting in front of the computer the whole day (so it’s easy to keep small notes and then write a long essay in the end of the day.)