November 14th, 2006
|02:48 pm - Chronarchy.Com gets an update|
For the first time in several months, Chronarchy.Com has received a front-page update.
Current Location: Southeast of Disorder
Current Mood: amused
Current Music: "Something So Feminine About a Mandolin", -JB
|Date:||November 14th, 2006 08:42 pm (UTC)|| |
I see that I need to be the Priest first, and everything else will come in time, following it later.
I think your main into page should be a fake postcard, because that is how you create your updates. They're like sudden postcards from the Port of Indecision, few and far between and thus chocked full with updates, many of which are even written in a postcard style. :) It's interesting the things you DIDN'T mention... mayhap 'cause you never know who's reading postcards you mail out. ;)
Oh, I have a pretty good idea who my audience is.
You've no idea how many times I wrote and re-wrote that index page and a couple of the essays that went with it.
I deleted three and a half paragraphs just before posting (probably for the best, it's a long update).
Hey, nothing wrong with a long update. You've been quiet for a long time. I kind of imagine it as one of those giant foam postcards, the kind shaped like sea turtles. (What, you've never seen one? Well if they don't exist, then they should.)
I don't have time to rascal around your website right now, but as always I LOVE to hear what Buffett has to say, and it's awesomely helpful to me that you have your DP and GSP posted. I really, really DO need to start that damn website soon, esp. if I get a laptop that allows me to work on it and time over Christmas break. The hard part, though, is buying the damn domain and getting it started... :P
I've had my personal domain and the hosting associated with it for a couple of years, but I haven't managed to motivate myself to put up a page.
Crap, we had some sort of plan at some point... What was it?
The sharks, btw, were never eaten. I don't know if I informed you of this. They did end up in the trash, as you seemed to believe they belonged.
It was a symbolic gesture. Rather theatrical, actually.
You know - the fact that you put them back into the trash means you know me better than I could have ever thought ;-)
Spiffy. Although you should never actually sign your name 'Rev. So-and-So.' Properly it's always 'The Rev. John Doe.'
Yes, the correct usage of "Reverend" is with "the" in front of it.
I was given to understand, though, that "Rev." is an appropriate abbreviation for both words. . . After having done some quick research, it seems that you are right. I could have sworn I saw reference to it in a usage note somewhere in a dictionary.
Fortunately, I haven't made the mistake yet :)
I think "Rev." on its own is becoming accepted though, so I wouldn't worry about it for informal communication. I don't remember if I ever congratulated you on your consecration, by the way, so congrats.
*nods* It was just a natural way to hold my hands. I don't even really think I ever saw anyone hold their hands that way in ritual . . . I just did it.
Then I saw a statue of the baby Jesus holding his hands the same way . . .
|Date:||November 17th, 2006 01:40 pm (UTC)|| |
I thoroughly enjoy your website and have learned so much from it and your LJ. You have helped more people than you could imagine.
From me personally....