Goooood evening, it’s the Andy-San here feelin’ quite gassy.
As you’ve heard from my last post, I now have an internet checking account. I’m also in the process of linking the account with my Paypal so I can get the ball rolling on getting my site up. I’m tickled pink about how quick everything is happening!!
In other news, I was at the music store today and I bought 2 CDs: Marty Friedman’s Scenes and Vince Gill’s Souvenirs. Jon also set up lessons with Rich for Wednesday. I’m glad he’s finally getting lessons; it’ll open up a whole new side to his playing. Plus, maybe his picking will sound cleaner lol!
I signed up for Technorati since I found out that Steve Pavlina uses it too. Who’s Steve Pavlina, you ask? Only the baddest mofo in the blogging world!! When I read several of his articles (he’s got a shit-ton of ’em) about how he makes a very good living off of his blog, it made me wanna throw my hat into the ring too. You can check out this guy’s site at http://www.stevepavlina.com. It’s so educational!!
Although I don’t make nearly as long of articles as he does, I find that if I try to make a long article, it either looks like an essay or is sooo excessively spastic that no one can figure out what I was talking about in the first place. I’m sure I’ll get better at posting moAr refined blogs. In fact, I think that my posts are better now than what they were a year ago (or at least less depressing). I know that I’m a frequent topic jumper, but if you talk to me in real life, I’m the same way (maybe a little less blizzakk). I always feel that I have so much to say and only a small window of time in which to say it. This probably explains a lot of my writing nuances like topic jumping and leaving in a lot of mistakes. Seriously, show any of my posts to an English teacher and they’ll freak out at the mass disorganization of my posts. I consider these little mannerisms my writing style; as stream-of-conscienceness as it gets while still being readable. When Steve Pavlina writes a blog, he imagines talking in front of millions of people, which is essentially what every blogger does. I have a more intimate approach. I imagine myself talking either one-on-one with a friend or hanging out with a small group of friends. I do this so that my blogs have a more personal feel to them instead of making a speech. Sure, it’s significantly less organized, but you can realistically imagine me talking to you when you read my blog. That’s my writing goal for my blog; to make it sound like I’m actually talking to you. That’s just my writing goal period.
Oh yeah, getting back on topic lol, you can mark my blog as a favorite by clicking on the button at the top of this post. I’d really appreciate it!
Well, I’m gonna head to bed so I’ll see you guys in the morning maybe. Oyasumi!
P.S: I only had 16 views yesterday. Weird… I’d love for my daily views to get into 5-figures again *wink-wink*