Well, here it goes, my seventh attempt at a regularly updated web site. I put this together in about one hour after work Monday night, so forgive me if it looks rough or has some broken links. I'll put in some more work on it Tuesday.
For those of you who are wondering about the title, wonder no longer. I turned 24 years old Monday (at exactly 11:27 p.m., thus the initial post time) and so I'm entering year 25 of my life. I don't know what it holds for me, but hopefully changes are in store, and hopefully you'll be around to see them.
Oh, and yes, as far as I can tell, this is indeed my seventh regular web site. Going from the beginning, I had my AOL homepage (which, sadly, is still online, and because I don't have my account, I can't remove it), my website that was hosted on my Towson web space, TowsonSports.com, AdamReisinger.com (from 2002-03), LeBronJamesNews.com, and my iBlog (which lasted about two weeks). Some -- like LeBronJamesNews and TowsonSports -- were pretty successful, while others -- don't make me actually link to that AOL site -- were just sad.
I'm not going to make any promises on how often this site is going to be updated. Sure, I'd like to get the stuff on the lists to the left updated whenever they change, and I'd like to actually have a DGOW (Desktop Girl of the Week) every week, but anyone who knows me knows that isn't very likely to happen. For now, I'll just promise that I'll have another update for the end of the week, at the least.
Oh, and what good is a blog, if all it talks about is its own existence (and how's that for a philosophical question for the new millennium)? How about some thoughts for today... Well, today was my birthday, though I've got to say it was a pretty sad one. I got no gifts (I know some are coming, but it's still kinda sad when you get nothing) and only one person even said "happy birthday" to me (my parents get a flier on this, since they didn't actually see me today). Also, I worked. I could have requested the day off, but I didn't, so I was at the mall from 1-10.
Also, I have to mention this, since I'm watching the game as I'm typing this. The NHL needs to do everything in its power to have all its TV games next season (if there is one) produced in high definition. The game looks so much better, and is so much easier to follow in high def (and I've got to say, my 30" Philips TV is looking fantastic right now). I love watching ESPN HD, and I'm sure I'll love it even more when they move into their new Digital Center in Bristol next month.
That's all I have for now. If I have more later, I'll try to post it. I'm not very good at that, but I'm trying.