Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Going on a Trip

Sorry I didn't post yesterday; still trying to get this to become a habit.

Tomorrow I leave for Los Angeles for a jazz festival my band is competing in. We're taking a  few days to see the city, namely Old Hollywood, Rodando Beach, and Knott's Berry Farm. I'll post pictures and maybe a video, depending on if I can take a camera.

In other news, I am announcing today that in June I will be running/participating in a game-a-thon for the Japanese relief funds. Why in June, you ask? Well, I have school and work to attend to at the moment, but I will have lots of free time in June. Watch my blog and the Twitter feed for more details.

See you on Sunday!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Ragequit, or The Reworking of the Blog and It's Content

Earlier this week, I found out about MIT. If you tried to access the site after Monday night, you probably can guess the outcome.
I ragequit this blog, but now it's back, and I now will show you all what I will offer through this blog.
Throughout the week, I will post if something catches my fancy and I must share it.
Mondays will be the Big Update days. This is where I will post important things and video logs (once I get around to them)
Sundays will be D&D and RPG related posts. I run a local D&D 3.5 game and will post about their escapades every other Sunday. On the other Sundays, I will post what I have learned as a DM or interesting articles pertaining to the roleplaying community.

That's all from me right now. Catch you next week! (No more ragequits, I promise)

Monday, March 7, 2011

A Preliminary Post, or What Pushed Me Over the Edge to Begin Blogging

Hello, as-of-yet nonexistent readers. I'm a little new to this blogging thing, so bear with me as I learn the ropes.

I begin this blog on March 7th, 2011. Why is this date special, you ask? In one week, I will learn of either my acceptance or rejection from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I am beginning this blog not only to catalog what happens on and after this date, but to build a literary hobby and to voice my unashamedly geeky opinions.

So, that sums up the intro. More will be posted next week after the decision is reached. Wish me luck, o Internet!

Edit: Wow. Posting on MIT sure drives a lot of people to blogs. This is the most I've ever seen visit a page on it's first day of creation. Thanks everyone. Spread the word; this will be a god-awesome blog, complete with correct spellings and grammar!