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Monday, December 12, 2005

Bogged Blogging, and the Ranter's Top 5

I can't come up with anything worth posting. I've actually written two little ramblings that I've deleted because they're increadibly dull and boring. I'm going to post this as a placeholder, and come back to it when I get home and try again.

While this is happening, could I perhaps request the following of my semi-regular readers? I'm interested to know which of my posts you've most enjoyed. I've been blogging for a little under a year now I think, and I've written nearly 100 posts in that time. I'd be keen to see what has grabbed your attention or what you've most enjoyed reading. The comments are open, and if you'd like to include links to the post(s) you're referencing, that would be nifty. I'll publish my "Top 5 posts of 2005" when I get at least 5 responses. Either that or I'll just choose myself.
So ner. :P

7 comments:

Joel Baltaks said...

I really like the church-o-meter from "Random stuff" October 4th, 2005. Very colourful...

Nathan Zamprogno said...

I like the stuff that deals with ideas.
It's like that phrase: "Great men talk about ideas. Ordinary men talk about events. Mediocre minds talk about people." For me at least, the purpose of a blog is to clarify my own thinking on the "great questions" and then put it out there in that form for well-meaning friends to critique. Far be it for me to impose this standard this onto your blog. Jus, if you want to tell me when you're going to the toilet, I'll still read you, every day (and before you get all huffy, HERE's the post where you do just that). It all depends on what you want to get out of your blog.

Justin Warner said...

Ah yeah, I actually found that one on Monday morning and decided that it should be ignored in case you felt vindicated by it's discovery. Obviously you have now facilitated that yourself. Bugger. ;)

And personally, I like blogs about people. When you quote "Mediocre minds talk about people" I understand what's being said, but I think autobiography is far more interesting then events or ideas. Being able to find out who someone *really* is - to be able to see someone else's exploration of the depths of their "self" - that I find fascinating. I guess I'm a little less scientist and a little more philosopher/psycologist, and it's awesome that you're different to me, because it's what makes me enjoy reading your blog! :)

Tam said...

This is the one I like. You should do it in your holidays.

hayley said...

I like the posts about people. I especially liked this one. The picture you did was cool.

Meg Hitchick said...

We want more Einstein!! I spent a good half hour chatting to Farmer Dad about your 'momentum is ultimately circular' idea. All good chewing, I assure you. Bring on the Justinstein Theories!!

P.S. I AM only 22. Must be that my planet has a lower absolute velocity than yours :O)

Amanda Robinson said...

Hey Justin,

Funny the people you find on an ?anti- creationist?! web site...

Its Amanda Green (well it was then anyway) How you doing?!

Email: dwmands@bigpond.com (if you like)