programming notes [or, you're not a weblog winner until you say winer!]
I'm trying to cram all the posting I can into the daytime hours [waves to boss] because this week is jam packed with after-work activity. My sister's wedding is fast approaching - she is getting married on Saturday - and this week will be a flurry of fittings and rehearsals and fussing with hair and nails and all that girly stuff. In between those things, Natalie has her spring concert at school and DJ has two baseball games.
I wish it was already Saturday at 5pm and we were at the reception on our way to being drunk and making fools of ourselves. Isn't that what everyone does at weddings?
I could use a short break in the evenings from this blog anyhow. Apparently, I'm not doing it right and I guess I need to study up on what a weblog really is. After all, Dave Winer teaches about weblogs at Harvard University, so I'm sure he must really really know exactly what a weblog is supposed to look like and how, if you do not meet up those standards, you really don't have a weblog at all.
The way around this? Why, use Dave Winer's weblogging tools, of course! Got that? You are not fully assimilated into the culture of weblogs unless you have an "edit this page" button and a calendar on your site!
What a egotistical windbag.
[Thanks, I think, to reader Andre for sending the link to Winer's self-referencing manifesto]
I'm not done with Winer yet. Must write about this entry. He makes me grind my teeth at night, I swear.