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DANIEL STAHLMAN* said:
|Almost 2 weeks later, and I finally watched my recording of the game. It's probably good that I didn...|
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|Great summaries of the games as usual, Ken. Penn State struggled in a lot of phases, but I was encou...|
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|Hey Ken. Glad you are back for another year of college football! As always, I appreciate the insight...|
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|I canít believe the regular season is over already.|
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|Hey Ken, thank you for the Penn State coverage this year! I tried to comment earlier but the captcha...|
|Coining phrases||Thursday, 2008 August 14 - 7:47 pm|
|It's occurred to me that whenever I have a high-effort blog post to write (like, say, a recap of a trip to New Zealand), I put off writing it until I have a bunch of free time. (Which is practically never.) But I also avoid writing about anything else, figuring that I should be making the big post the highest priority item. So what happens is nothing ends up getting written. I'm trying to think of a word that properly sums up this blogging gridlock phenomenon: blogridlock? intestinal bloggage? Suggestions are welcome.|
It's also occurred to me that I should probably create a way to micro-blog on this site. I want something sort of like Twitter, but I want it more of a place to put up a quick link or interesting story that I've found, rather than a place to let the world know that I'm about to go take a dump or something. I'd make the feed into a daily digest of these items, so it doesn't clog up RSS feeds with a bunch of tiny items. I need a name for this too, like "ittybittyblog". (I've already registered the domain name, natch.) Maybe I'll make it a service that others can use, hmm.
Anyway... I'll get started on my New Zealand post. It won't be perfect, but I need to get it out of the way.
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