Sunday Stealing has been a long running, very funny feature from Bud Weiser of WTIT: Tape Radio the Blog. It has become very popular, and is now 'syndicated' in Judd Corizan's Sunday Stealing Blog. Now I want to play in the same sandbox, but I'm going to make my own sand castles.
Today's Meme is called "The Meme about Blogging" and I'm going to answer it in usual Honk'n'Holl'r style as Foxxfyrre the Caveman.
1. How long have you been blogging?
Pretty much as long as I can remember. The above is one of my first blog posts created on my great Comrock Presaristone. I cant really remember what the post was about because my Comrock crashed a few years back, but I think it was about Labour Day Celebrations, or it could have been about the orgy going on a few caves down the hillside. Below is some clip art that I used to have readily available for my posts.
2. Any advice to beginners?
Yes, first you must have the appropriate tools to blog with. The sharper your instrument, the better the resolution you will get on your Comrock.
And with the new Era upon us, there is a myriad of palate colours you can use for your posts. No need to rely on the old monochrome mixture of boar's blood and flour.
Technology, of course.
Without the need to properly back light our posts on the Comrock we would never have a light pyre to this day, really.
4. What would you consider the pitfalls?
Information searches do have its risks.
5. Tell us about your blog name. Ever think of changing it? If so, to what? Why?
Originally, I wanted to call the old H'n'H Porky's. No, not because of this Porky's
this one had cornered the market and much too urban for this ole caveman. My Honk'n'Holl'r cave is just perfect for me and my guests.
6. Knowing what you know now, was starting a blog a good thing for you? Why or why not?
Yes, in much too many ways to explain here. Besides the friendships I've made far and wide, it gives me that "I'm no longer just a lump on a log" feeling.
(and I usually forget the http starting thingy too), and it's hard to get a connection sometimes. On a windy or rainy day, you might as well click save and wait. Most of my blog buddies are of the super advanced kind.
It can be hard for a caveman to keep up these days.
8. Ultimately, what would you like your blog to accomplish for you or others?