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April 17, 2008



I pretty much do that on my blog now, sometimes. Sometimes I think I'm going to do a short little line or two, and I end up talking longer. (Happens a lot when I'm commenting on someone else's blog . . . like now for example. ;) )

What would really be cool would be a blog/twitter/thingy that was directly attached to my brain. I find myself thinking in status lines all the time. You know, something mundane happens and you find yourself looking for the humor in it so you can post it to your Twitter or FB status line. If the thing was connected to my brain directly . . . well, you know.


Nice, man. I have really been enjoying tumblr as well. Check mine out at http://shameonyoko.tumblr.com/

Joan Young/Godgrl Gomer

Thats really cool. The My Little Ponies look a lot better than I imagined. Receiving your Text about the ponies was hilarious and added a little sunshine to my day.
I quite like your tumble log. I wonder how they come up for the names of all these things???

BTW that is a GREAT photo of you!


Mark, there is a site called "Ping.fm" that lets you post to Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, and a bunch of other sites all at once. It's invite only right now, but I have an invite if you want one. Shoot me an email or Facebook message if interested. I love it!

Rose R

Very cool. =)

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