Hot blog for a hot day

Thank you Rory Daniel and the Sunday Times for featuring this blog on this week’s Hot Blog, which is like, the new Blog of The Week section of Tuesday’s IT Life, which, like, died out after four weeks, like.

So, like, welcome all new readers who had to type in the URL manually, and to the 11 ST Interactive subscribers who clicked on what I assume is a hyperlink there. I’ve nair seen it since they made us pay. Given the situation, I’d rather be Boinged, so I can give y’all a Smashed Chicken treat.

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But here can read for free hor. Until they hantam me big big and ask me to take it down cos I’ve infringed their copyright.

But this is what it’s all about isn’t it? Getting traffic? Getting attention? So, while on the topic of hot blogs, I’ve sorta kinda found a solution for bloggers who’ve been under the microscope recently and who may have had to close down their blogs because of the heat they’ve attracted.

This blog service is slightly harder to tweak and edit, but I tell you, your anonymity is so much more easily protected. Thing is, laws of defamation still apply, as they do with every type of publication, online and off, and there’s the added burden of attracting penalties for damaging public and private (not yours) property, if you’re still not careful about protecting your anonymity. (Y’know, like, give you all sorts of firewall and anti-virus shit, and you still go and click on that porn link, your pasal, man).

But anyway, I give you GraffitiTM (different colours and sizes available):

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iTunes’ party shuffle is playing a copy of: Pocket Of A Clown – Dwight Yoakam – Last Chance For A Thousands Years – Dwight Yoakam’s Greatest Hits From The 90’s, of which I have the original CD and therefore didn’t steal music.
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15 thoughts on “Hot blog for a hot day”

  1. erm… Mr Miyagi, since you linked me in this post, I’m not sure why.

    Forgive me for being slow, but I really couldn’t tell what you meant in that particular paragraph. Was it a good thing or a bad thing? Or neither?

    Anyhow, if you’re not happy about something, I apologise in advance, and please do let me know what is it.

  2. erm… Mr Miyagi, since you linked me in this post, I’m not sure why.

    Forgive me for being slow, but I really couldn’t tell what you meant in that particular paragraph. Was it a good thing or a bad thing? Or neither?

    Anyhow, if you’re not happy about something, I apologise in advance, and please do let me know what is it.

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