Thursday, July 15, 2004

Come on, everybody Monday!

People are trying to convince me that I am the laziest blogger alive. It's not in what they say. It's just that I go to other pages and see so much cool stuff that I don't have. I'm ashamed to admit that I am envious. It's not that I'm a slouch when it comes to being a technogeek. I can geek-a-fy with the best of them and I'm a little Matrix-y when it comes to reading page code. My big technological jump from the standard template was the page counter I put up. I don't think it's working.

I have to return to work today, so at least I'll probably have some pictures tomorrow. I'd like to put some links on my page to the blogs that I'm reading and that's my next big paradigmn shift. After that I may redesign the whole look of my blog. I think I'll call that project "Longhorn". . .what?. . .oh, sorry.

21 comments:

Grace said...

hey there, stop by
http://www.livejournal.com/~metahara/

and

http://www.fotolog.net/thomai/

the latter is a photosite- good community- constructive critique about post, thought provoking comments, etc.

be careful
- oh and you and action wife look great together

Priit said...

Again i note that u have some nice photos on your page. Redesigning a page is really easy dont worry, although ur page looks just fine right now, i mean hey, the blogger board noticed it :)

Ag said...

I liked your Blog! you got nice stuff!
I just start mine.... :)

will said...

Maybe so, but it's a full time job messing with blog design. Ultimately, it doesn't matter anyway. It's the words and images that shoulder most of the load. Yours are doing very nicely.

Donna said...

hi...just browsing...haha i don't blame u for not posting often..that's how i was..lol..well hit me back, okie?

Deanna said...

DON'T RE-DESIGN !!! I love the mystery of what unfolds before me when I wait for the pictures to load. I just love the black with white font. Don't ask me why... just don't re-design. Now this all coming from a girl that likes green things !!! As for adding stuff - good luck... I added a counter... (I should really call it a self-monitoring device...."this is how many times I wrote something today"....and didn't accomplish real life things...) Don't get caught up trying to make it better....it's already great, I love having a peek at someone elses life through their lenses... keep it going.

Jack's Shack said...

I suppose that it all depends on who you are doing this for. If it is for you, well you can go at your own pace. And if it is not, well I still say go at your own pace and enjoy the ride.

kenny said...

Bryan,
Enjoying your blog. Photo journalism is tough stuff man, you seem to know what you're doing though!

beFrank said...

Okay, the blog stays as is for now.

See, we do live in a society where the voices of the people can be heard. Can I count on your vote in November?

Priit said...

Aye aye sir.

aimee rae said...

:lol:

I'm sorry, I don't really have anything to say that others haven't said yet, but this thread is just funny. :)

Anjana said...

Hi frank,
I think your blog look real cool, with black in background & if you want to redesign, I hope it will as cool as this one..............

dellislove said...

Ok, Sweetheart, the people have spoken. The design does look great the way it is but feel free to make minor changes.

prabir ghose said...

Mondays are fine - the start of a new week! Has anyone heard of the magnificent seven of Management

Managers the world over have heard of the gurus of Management like Taylor (Scientific Management), Maslow, (Hierarchy of needs) Drucker (General Management), Herzberg (Motivation), McGregor (Theory X & Y), Ouchi (Theory Z), Blake & Monton (the Management grid). They propounded various theories (right from the fifties) which are valid even today. Shyam Bhatwadekar amplified these with appropriate examples and churned out bestsellers. But, many aspects still remain unsaid. Managers must make things happen, not wait for things to happen. ‘I am not interested in reasons for delays – I am interested in things done’ – so spoke a renowned personality. Echoing his philosophy, we can safely conclude that in today’s world, a successful Manager must but must possess at least the seven following traits:
1 be a good learner
2 be innovative
3 be willing to lead by example
4 be a taskmaster
5 be the proud owner of an enviable memory bank
6 be able to capitalize on opportunities
7 be continuously on the lookout for stand-ins

Can others add to this list?

karria said...

drop by sometime ....i just started to blog....wow yours is so interesting!!

magz said...

he he he.... popular fellow yer turnin into here! Hopin somebody told ya bout counters and linking.. alas. We don't give a RA (ratz ass) how ya want to format frank, we just like the fact yer posting! Oh... and I'll certainly campaign for you... but gotta tell ya that I automatically suspect motives of anyone who actually SEEKS politicion-isnish... lol. Wouldn't that be.... just a truely strange way to make a living? (and you KNOW the Secret Service is gonna frown on youendangering life and limb at places like Norco, and Hollywood Bowl, and 29 Palms...) regards!

Priit said...

How did u get so many people to read your blog Frank :O besides from the fact that you are noted in the blogs list by the blog board.

beFrank said...

Hello, Beautiful,

Thanks for posting. I've just got a quick minute here before I have to dash back to work.

Farmers market in the AM? Dinner and a movie in the PM?

In Love,
-bcf-

Ashutosh Mohan said...

I like your site a lot

Chas said...

"I'm a little Matrix-y when it comes to reading page code."

I laughed when I read that, you're hilarious. I love your site!

dellislove said...

I go through and see that some portions have been revisited and more posts are there. I almost didn't see my invitation. I'd gladly do Farmer's in the A.M. and a movie in the P.M. Loads and loads of love. It's nice to see you lighting up so many other's lives as you light up mine. I love you Sweetheart.