October 7, 2003

My 100th

It certainly doesn't seem like I started this thing so long ago but this happens to be my 100th entry. Please keep in mind that I promised myself before I even started contemplating running a blog that I would never, under any circumstances, blog on and on about blogging. When I first started thinking about doing this, I took a good look through lots of blogs and realized early on that the most interesting ones were those that didn't ramble about blogging itself.

That said, I'm going to break my little rule for my 100th post and ask you guys two questions.

Question One:
We wander through life and pretty frequently, I'm sure we all ask ourselves what we're going through all this trouble for. We're born, we live - hopefully leading positive lives - and we die. Nothing morbid or negative about it - its just the way it works. So, scaling back that big-ass concept to the world of blogging, what does this all mean, specifically, what impacts do the relationships/friendships/acquaintences we form through blogging have? If I, or any other blogger you frequented, flipped off their machine, shut down their server and went offline, what would you feel?

Question Two:
I realize that I've been remiss in actually posting a lot about myself. There's not much of an "about" section over there on the right and I haven't done a "100 Things." I plan on rectifying that. To that end - what do you want to know?

Yeah, I realize that was more than two questions. More like two topics. But I really would appreciate your feedback. And I've said it before but I'll say it again - I really thank you all for dropping by.

Posted by Chris at October 7, 2003 11:39 AM