Sunday, January 25, 2004
Well, Whaddya Know!

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you one of my best friends. He's just recently entered the Blogging world, and is getting his feet wet in the new medium, so do him a favor and give him a few hits.

I'm fascinated by his style - nearly stream-of-consciousness, and just about poetic. Very cool. They say that if you want to better know a person, you must see to whom it is that they relate. So if you're interested in knowing me, getting to know Aaron is gonna be helpful, and vice versa.

In other news, look for the sidebar on the right to contain a new section of links soon - not to other blogs, but to my own. I've been having conversations in the 'real world' of late that touch on things I've discussed here, but because those posts are only in the archives (and not available upon first sight, or without heavy searching), the points have to be reiterated. Thus, to makes things a bit easier, I'm going to add a 'Thought' section in which I'll keep posts that I hope to cite again in the future. Look for it in the next few days.

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