Well, apparently that didn't work. The journal has been sitting around for so long and I haven't tried to write anything in it.
A lot of the time I have these whimsical thoughts about how things should be and new things that I should try out. One of my ideas is that I should record these ideas somewhere because I tend to forget what I did the day before.
Blogging seems like a solution for this (this is probably a case of a solution looking for a problem, oh well). I'm too lazy to actually go set up a blog. I know it's easy to sign up with blogger or something. But I'm more interested in learning how to setup a server and install and maintain the software. I know the writing aspect isn't going to be the interesting part for me. I mean, I can't even get content for this journal. Bleh.
And anyways, people think I'm a computer person. I have a reputation to keep up. Problem is, I'm more of a knowledge sponge than a hands on person. I'd rather read about other people doing interesting things, than do it myself. Of course that's why Slashdot is such a time sink..
Should get off my lazy ass and just do it...
After midterms of course.