This page is about Colin Dean, a computer scientist and citizen journalist. For more information, please read his formal About page.
For the moment, I maintain two blogs, both named "The Flow of Consciousness". One is hosted at Livejournal, the other is hosted here. The Livejournal is limited to friends-only with the occasional post telling people to read my punditry blog.
Be warned, though, the content there may be unsuitable for children or closed-minded people. Although I rarely post detailed, personal entries detailing a weekend party or emotional epithets, I do enjoy writing on controversial current events and long-standing debate fodder alike. If you cannot approach things with an academic mind, please stay away from my blog, and perhaps the Internet in general.
So, continue to the real blog.
If you’re a friend of mine, you can also read my Livejournal. Beware, though, it’s a bit of a dumping ground.
I began blogging in June 2001 when Blogspot came to fame. It was still owned by Pyra Labs at the time. I didn’t maintain it for more than a few weeks, mostly ’cause I didn’t really have anything to say. I was 16 and soccer, band, and Boy Scouts dominated my life.
In the meantime, I used a modified version of Microblogger which I eventually modified to cross-post to LiveJournal so that my friends could read my blog in their friends’ entries and not have to go to my site to read it.
In May 2005, I moved entirely to LiveJournal. I was impressed by its ease of use and generally used either Deepest Sender or Drivel to post, occasionally using Clive if I had a thought while using a terminal.
In December 2006, I decided to jump on the WordPress bandwagon having befriended a number of people using their blogs to generate some spending cash.
Ĉi tiu paĝo estas pri Kaŭlen Din (Colin DEAN), unu komputera sciencisto kaj civitana jurnalisto. Por plu informaĵo, bonvole legu lia formalan Pli-an paĝon.