Time flies when you don't know what you're doing.
When I wrote my first blog, it was basically me, writing what should have been in a diary, on a very public location. Even though it’s not something that will come back and haunt my kids, it was probably a bit too personal for the public domain.
But maybe that is the point to all this blog business. Leave it to a bunch of computer geeks to share their feelings in the public. On one condition: Get us to do it with a keyboard and mouse. Score!
In the end though, we are the makers of our own destiny. Not that that stops any of us from purposefully making fools of ourselves by writing just about anything on the public domain. Cater for trolls, and guess who’s coming to dinner. Even though this might not make too much sense to most readers, some of you might actually figure out what the meaning of this post is, but to ease the pain I’ll throw in some extra facts:
- Nineteen out of twenty of you will probably be reading this and think what a colossal waste of time this is.
- Nine percent might actually get what it is about.
- Seven different cryptography solutions were used during the world war, but this is not a fact, and you should not believe everything you read on the web.
PS: If you haven’t figured it out yet, there is a hidden message in the text above. My only question is: How long has it been?