What’s up? First off, I have not really been focusing on posts, simply for a few reasons.
- I was recovering from an injury that I had before moving to my new place in Westchester. I’ve since recovered, but…
- … I started slipping due to the injury and…
- … I grown an addiction to Twitter.
Before I started talking on Twitter, I’ve been trying to upstart some other long term projects. And while I was injuried, I decided to use Twitter to talk things out. It was fun, interesting and quick. However, I’ve grown so addicted to it that even after my injury, I kind of forgotten that I have other responsblities besides making money, like promises I promise myself that I would keep.
While the previous posts about Blackbird were posted, it was just being passionate about something. But now, I’ve grown back to my lazy ways. In other words, “the little hater” has struck once again, and this time, it decided that I must make something super special. Except, I don’t know what. I feel like with the tech posts I’ve been posting as of late, I’m pushing myself to become a hip-hop tech blogger, except that I don’t want to be just a hip-hop tech blogger, not a black blogger and now, I’m kind of lost.
So, instead of shutting down my brain, I decided to ask, what do you want to hear from me?
I got a few ideas that I will posting soon, especially the stuff about Twitter. But what would you like to see me write about? Leave a comment, or hit me up in my contact form, twitter me a message, send me a myspace message or give me a phone call (if you know my number). Give me an idea and let me know how to contact you so you’ll know when/if I use it.
Lastly, if you have anything to suggest for “dramatics”, you can send me a message via the channels I send you. You’ll get credit if I use your submission.
If you don’t know what “dramatics” are, it’s simple: I’m looking for video clips or photos that are hip-hop (or black culture) related that don’t require a lot of explanation, just watch the “drama” unfolds.
Oh, and I updated WordPress to 2.7. The good news is I get better backend management.
Now, if you excuse me, I got to go to the gym…