If you had the misfortune to stumble across this blog in the past few months, you would have seen but one, pathetic post. I have been writing drafts, but not posting them, to get back into the rhythm of blog writing. So I left that sad little stereotype post up.
But no more!
The time has come to start posting regularly. I cannot promise the posts will be good, or even consistent—in posting schedule or quality—because this is still a learning process for me. I have run blogs before, but it has been a while. I’m sure I will occasionally forget to close an HTML tag, or not click “post” at the right time. I’m sorry.1
If you bear with me, I assure you I will try to write something valuable and helpful weekly. I cannot guarantee that an occasional light item will not make it through, but I will keep this blog on topic: global politics and the internet. Forgive my grammar and spelling errors, as I forgive yours, and let’s see if we can grow this blog to five or maybe even six readers who aren’t my mother.
Rather than putting all of the onus of a first blog post on a substantive post, I have decided this rambler will have to do. They can’t all be “Call me Ishmael,” so sometimes it’s best to just rip off the bandage, and get going.