Bloggity bloggity blog
There are so many blogging clients out there and even a handful of decent hosts, it’s so easy to choose one and start telling the rest of the internet your thoughts, opinions and whatever.
I’ve been doing ‘blogging’ for years, when I used to have my little personal site (kinda like the main one here), I would update it around once or twice a week and put an ‘update post’ on the main page, that was in 2001-2002, just before the blogging scene appeared. Now it’s gone crazy, not only do people use the blogging client for a blog, but with clients like WordPress, they’re used for full sites too.
In the sidebar on the right, there’s a ‘Blogroll’ with links to other blogs, they include a couple from real people, but it seems I’m starting to gain a few more of my own. In December 2005, Windows Live was starting to become a bit more noticed and that has a thing called Windows Live Spaces, that was when I took a look and set this up just to see what it was like.
My latest additions to the aceman blog society are; a new Live Space based on Xbox Live and even my Xbox 360 has a blog to tell the intarweb world whether I’ve been playing, what I’ve been playing and what happened. What I can’t understand about the X360’s blog is that it reckons I didn’t play anything in the last 2 days, yet I know I did and my Xbox Live profile can vouch for me playing something on Jan 20th, in the Recent Players part of my profile, it’s got a list of other people that were also playing the Test Drive Unlimited demo at the same time I was.
I’ve played something every day since registering the blog (it even takes 2 days to get going properly), so it seems that it either doesn’t really work that well or because it’s 8 hours behind GMT (US Pacific time), it doesn’t register games played at a certain time.
Ah well, it’s all just a bit of fun anyway.