I'll tell you what I do follow blindly, and with naive child-like faith. Please allow me to give some praise and worship to... Google. Ahh, Google, sweet Google, your simple white screen splashed ever so lightly with a large, friendly, primary coloured, serif fonted title is sheer minimalist beauty. With almost limitless space available, I don't care if my computer crashes... just about everything I hold important is stored at g-mail, Picasa or blogspot. Google things I love.
- Youtube videos (see the links above) - Great for watching Pen&Teller's 'Bullshit' and other bullshit.
- Picassa photo albums - I nearly have my whole album online which is fantastic news for anyone who happens to be stalking me. My regular blog has links to them. I welcome stalkers, as long as they leave presents and money at my door.
- Gmail - if anyone is using other e-mail systems, I really feel sad for you.
- G-spot - did these guys invent this? Wouldn't surprise me.
- April Fool's Jokes - I get suckered everytime... I honestly believed them when they said their new Google print feature would send emails physically to people's letterbox addressed if they didn't have computers - sigh... gullible, trusting Google loving me.
- The toolbar - No matter what computer you use, once you log in, all your bookmarks and stuff is right there with you!
- Blogger - what can I say, it beats the pants off other blog systems for its features and ease of use.
I better do some personal blogging rather than cut and pasting stuff from other sites. That's far too easy, but I did want to throw Douglas Adam's interview here because I'm a huge fan. As for chocolate Jesus; well, I collated those three stories into one and the formatting too AGES, therefore I will claim some ownership. I'm a huge fan of chocolate too; all I need now is a chocolate Hitchhiker's guide. See the links in the RSS feeds to see all the stuff I wanted to cut and paste here but didn't.
So now here I am just having finished building my Google field of dreams and am waiting for customers to leave comments of abuse, love and indifference. I started this blog because I used to sprinkle all these sort of thoughts into my regular family blog, but that just made it overly messy and as Jo said, "no one wants to hear that crap", so I put the crap no one wants to read here instead. I've spent my whole life being religious and I seem to be spending a large part of it now being specifically non-religious. Easter's on us now and I'm just happy that it's all about the chocolate for me... and not about the Roman crucifixion torture story.