I've been thinking about some of the common threads that run through the eclectic series of topics on this blog, and figured I'd post a few thoughts.
I write about my books a lot.
I write about my life a little.
I write about cool technologies, the joys and pains of being a writer, distributist economics, emerging Christianity, Bill Richardson's politics, rogue program management, post-modern philosophy, poetry, digital-age marketing and intellectual property issues.
Every once in a while, I post a funny picture of a cat or two.
And I think the common thread through almost all of it is "post-modernism" (except maybe the cats). I guess I'm just a post-mod kind of guy, and even the eclecticness of this collection is a post-mod kind of thing to do. A Modern blogger, in contrast, would have a single topic ( such as Intellectual Property Rights And How To Defend Them!) and very few deviations, for which he would offer either an apology, a well justified reason, or both.
But not me. I'm too busy looking for the next form of cat-based internet humor to stick to a single topic.