Monday, May 23, 2005

Out With the New and Back to the Old

I decided in a moment of sheer boredom that I wanted to switch back to the original black layout of this trifle of a site. I hope my seven readers don't mind too much. I think of the 'Script' layout as New Coke, and now I've switched back to the original formula. However, I expect that such a move will not produce a reaction that rivals the Coca-Cola Company's in terms of appreciative delight.

While preparing to click the mouse button that would complete the circle of my not-so-clever marketing campaign, I thought to myself, 'Why did I decide to begin this task of recording random musings in which the world might perhaps take a mild interest?' I certainly have no great aspirations of bringing to light the next corporate scandal and I shudder at political punditry. What I write here is not much different than what you could find on hundreds of other sites of various colors and layouts. What's my motivation?

I'm still trying to figure that out, I guess. I do a little theologizing or make a brief commentary on some aspect of life in general, and always deliver $0.02, whether you want it or not, on books, movies, and music that you could find anywhere on Amazon.com.

Whatever the reason, I'm going to keep writing. This might not last forever, but it will last a while.

3 comments:

Monk-in-Training said...

In true Anglican fashion, while waiting for the caterer to mix the drinks, I will gather a group to complain, and say how much I liked the old one! ;)

Glad your sticking around, I like your thoughts.

Esh said...

I'm not much for adverizing anyway (perhaps I've already been duped and don't know it). But keep the ideas coming. It's good to know I'm not alone....

Jeff said...

Thank you, kind sirs. The thoughts will keep coming. One doesn't necessarily need a purpose to enjoy writing.