Welcome to BlogDogIt Monday, April 19 2021 @ 01:58 PM EDT

New Static Page - About BlogDogIt

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GeekLogIt This page is the page you will get if you click the "About" link at the top of the page. I post it here for syndication purposes.

About BlogDogIt



I go by masodo (at least in cyberspace) and I have for quite awhile now. The origin of that handle will likely be the subject of some future post but I would like to keep this page as much about this place as I can. However, since this is basically a personal project (at least for the time being) an article entitled About BlogDogIt is bound to cover common ground with an article claiming to be about masodo.

With that... Me and computers go way back. My high school had a computer and a class. I did not take the class but I did use the computer room as a location for an amateur film entitled - strangely enough - "The Computer." I could not tell you what type of computer it was other than to say it was a behemoth in blue and a punch card system. This was circa 1975. This was a time when pocket calculators had glowing red LED displays and PONG was just hitting the streets. The world of computing was strange and new. You could not really say that I was "into" computers but it would be fair to say "we hung out."

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To Blog-It or Dog-It

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Well... this site is ready enough to put to use. The only question now is "to what end?" The answer, of course is "who knows?" As you can tell I have no problem with answering a question with a question. Not everything is simple black and white. To answer a question with a question is to recognize the existence of gray areas.

On the subject of "gray areas", the reasons I have for starting this blogdogit site are perhaps a little "grayley" shaded. I have been working this BlogDogIt concept for awhile now over on InfinitelyRemote.com (my hobby of a web site.) Now over there the blogging software is a DIY creation of mine done up in PHP/MySQL and is really a slick little system that takes advantage of FCK Editor, user authentication and all that "happy-go-lucky."

It was in the course of an AltaVista search for my InfinitelyRemote BlogDogIt page that I made the discovery that this-here domain of BlogDogIt.com was up for grabs and grab it I did.

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