My deep-seated desires...

I come up with (well at least I think I do) the best post topics for my blog when I'm biking home. I realized today that I have a deep-seated desire to get a motorcycle. And no Harley Davidson either; I want a crotch rocket. I don't know if that will or will not surprise people...This has been building up ever since I saw a girl riding her own motorcycle...no biggie...but she was riding her bike with heels on. Dude, I could so do that. Today I saw a girl riding her bike with, ya know, normal clothes and sneakers on. But when she passed me, I realized: I want one. So that's going on my list of things to get.
Anyway, a friend of mine (thank you Keith Newhouse!) recently clued me on Friend Feed and Twitter. I was a 'lil hesitant about using Twitter, for reasons I really don't know why. But I have fallen into love with it and I don't think I'm gonna try to fall out of it. Twitter is, basically, a one sentence blog...you can update it as often as you would like with what you're doing, thinking, where you're going, etc. Now FaceBook has the same thing...you can update your status. And I love that about FaceBook....but I always feel like I can't update it all that much, because seriously who wants to see a mini-feed of my pointless crap? But with Twitter...oh baby. I can inundate it with my pointless crap...and people will even subscribe to it. Oh sweet Love. I have yet to really get into FriendFeed....Twitter seems to fulfill my selfish needs. You can hook it up to your blog so whenever you update Twitter you update your blog...how nice. Of course this would be much more convenient (you know I hate that word 'convenient' I have to try, like, 15 times to get it spelled correctly!) if I had a mobile phone complete with internet. Anyway my amigo Keith, is working for this place Grooveshark, if you've never heard of it. Please, don't tell me you haven't and just go check it out.
Anything else...lemme check my cerebellum....nope that's all.

3 comments:

Keith said...

Woot a whole blog post pretty much dedicated to me!

Michelle Hipps said...

Ahaha! yes mi amigo it is :)

Alex said...

I am actually friends with one of the guys who started Grooveshark. Josh Greenberg and I went to high school together. Weird.