Hey guys it’s Sam, and I’ve got some darn important news today. News that could make or break my career of blogging, and your career of viewing my blogging. This could be the best news of your life, or the biggest upset in history. What’s going to follow from these news could be the epitome of blogging alone, or it could be one of the biggest lowlights in WordPress’s reputation. This–gosh, I’m terribly good at stalling, so I’m gonna give it to you straight. No curveballs, no fastballs, no sleazeballs, no nothin’. Well,(sigh), SAMMWAK IS GOING MOBILE! No, I haven’t made the official Sammwak app (yet), but I’ve made something equally crucial. My brand-new, officially 3rd blog. (Yeah, we’re putting that Third Power on hold.) It’s called 3GS: “like my own little social network”. What this means is I can still put up widgets (without widgets, you couldn’t check my stats, read the archives, or even subscribe) I can put up little “what’s on your mind” status updates, full posts, quotes, and links. Now, 3GS is open right now, and you can check it out by going to:
Once you get there–lemme warn you–it’ll look kinda ugly, but do expect a new coat of paint coming soon. Well, off I go, and off you go!
p.s. Now, a lot of you know, that today’s (sigh) September 11. The eleventh anniversary of one of the most tragic events that ever occurred to the USA–9/11, also known as September 11, September 11th, and the September 11 attacks. The global Islamist military organization al-Qaeda (whom was 13 years old at the time BTW) landed a series of four equally devastating attacks in the NYC-D.C. area. Altogether nearly 3,000 citizens became 9/11 casualties (including the hijackers), and so were several buildings; the most notorious destruction of all was the permanent demolition of the Twin Towers (which also became a pivotal subject in Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, but that’s not the point), as well as several other World Trade Centers surrounding it. There was also the partial destruction of the Pentagon, but that got patched up in a year’s time. Enough talk, let’s get down to business. The meaning of all this is, we shouldn’t be standing in the darkness of the past–we should be stepping into the light of the future. And you can’t hog all this light for yourself–ever heard the song “This Little Light of Mine”? What did they do with that light?–They let it shine. Shine down on those who survived the attacks or lost a loved one in the attacks, shine down on the citizenship out of the 9/11 target area who were willing enough to go through sticks, stones, and broken bones to help the 9/11 unfortunate. And Michael J. Fox, the Marty McFly of Back to the Future, was willing to pitch in. So can you. Now God bless you, and God bless the United States of America.