Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Anybody listening?

Me, with my own blog? Hard to believe. But where else to articulate the opinions that no flesh-and-blood person wants to listen to?


Blogger Steve Nadis said...

Your last sentence captures the essence of the blogging experience. --Snake

10:16 PM  
Blogger Tony said...

Hi! My lovely wife just pointed me towards your blog.

1:37 PM  
Anonymous Reiner said...

I'm still trying to figure out what a blog is, let alone a luddite.

1:58 PM  
Blogger Bart Wright said...

It's funny this blog from my old friend Alec should come to my attention just now. In terms of what to do with my life, I've thought of writing, with some encouragement from others. (Here's an unpolished reply I put into a nearly random place in the blogosphere):

Blogs seem like the best place to start when dipping toes into writing.

I came across this article on how to get into the blogging world:

I don't know enough to tell the true from the ironic from the just plain wrong, but just figuring out what he was talking about seemed like it would be useful.

4:11 PM  
Anonymous jane balanoff said...

I'm listening, I'm glad you're blogging.

9:24 PM  
Anonymous gabe shap said...

Looks like you've kicked off to a good start. I look forward to seeing more of your blog.

1:58 AM  
Anonymous Reiner said...

What in blog's name is a luddite?

11:20 PM  
Blogger Alec Wysoker said...


Main Entry: Ludd·ite
Function: noun
Etymology: perhaps from Ned Ludd, 18th century Leicestershire workman who destroyed machinery
: one of a group of early 19th century English workmen destroying laborsaving machinery as a protest; broadly : one who is opposed to especially technological change

7:52 AM  
Blogger Alec Wysoker said...

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8:07 AM  
Anonymous Marc Hirschmann said...

Hey Alec - it' s cool to see what you're up to.

Luddite, huh? So we've gone from "Smash the State" to "Smash the Cell Phone"? Yes, I believe we have. In fact, just today I was in the office of my Dean, and in the middle of his conference table there was a cell phone scrunched between the jaws of a channel lock wrench. He said that it was meant as a reminder that people meeting with him had better turn off their cell phones first....

We now take you back to our regularly scheduled programming, circa 1975.....

but what exactly was that hierarchy of superb experiences? There was cosmic, orgasmic, mind-blowing, and, um, peachy-keen. Surely there were more, and what, for chrissakes, was the order?

12:09 AM  
Anonymous Leslie Engel-Creane said...

Hey Alec! Long time no see - about 30 years. Great to see all that you are doing. I'm in Needham almost every weekend. Maybe we can catch up over coffee.

11:34 PM  

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