Reasons Why I Love Reader Victor Lams: An Ongoing Series

Today’s reason: he finds stuff like this:

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  • Victor should blog. Or at least Tumbl. Or something.

  • victor

    I should! I mean, I did. Once. From 2001 to 2006ish. Back in the early days of St. Blogs, the proto-Blogosphere, if you will, those were heady times. The war in Iraq was still a few years off, web services still had names with proper spelling and capitalization however nonsensical they were (“Blogger” instead of “blOgr” or whatever), and you could express an appreciation for Mel Gibson without being pelted by rocks. Catholic Blogging was still a wide-open frontier, in those days. But then everyone started doing it. And then everyone started doing it better than I could ever do it. And then I got a Wii. But when I look back at those times and what exsists now, I realize that I left the Blogosphere in some pretty good hands (seriously: Mark has been doing this — and doing it well, each and every day — for over 10 years now… that kind of stamina takes true grit!). But who knows, maybe I’ll start it up again at some point. In fact, some say that on certain moonless nights, when the rivers run red with wine, you can still find me blogging out there, somewhere.

    But, uh… Tumblr you say?

  • Tumblr is usable for light blogging. It’s not all cats and pr0n

  • ivan_the_mad

    A link well worth the click.