Yesterday, my former boss (because I quit during the meeting, but don't worry, that was just one of my jobs) was questioning my credentials and asked me if I had ever created any web pages. Only since 1995, I told her. How could she not know that? But then I was looking at the google stats on my home, which showed five visits last month. Bloody hell, I'm sure I probably hit my own site four or five times myself, so it's entirely possible that not one person in the world (except me, of course) visited my site last month.
Meanwhile, my daughter has a YouTube video with (as of this morning) 37,315 views.
Although I have had a personal website for over a decade now (see www.stationr.org), I have resisted the urge to blog--but what Internet hipster doesn't blog these days? Ha! So here I am.
I am a principal in the computer repair company PC Liferaft (www.pcliferaft.com) and currently working diligently to publish my guide to the trails of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee (www.hikelookout.org, currently under construction).