Not being a digital native sometimes has its disadvantages (yes, I don’t not love double or even quadruple negatives and redundant contractions), such as not instinctively knowing how many exclamation points to put at the end of a statement to properly show your enthusiasm (without seeming like a an over-exclaimer!!!!!!!), or figuring out how to hook your awesome blog up to your even awesomer domain name. Well kids, I’ve finally figured it out, and only a little over 3 years after I bought the domain, www.kung-foolery.com!!!!!!! – go ahead check it out (and actually, please let me know if it doesn’t work).
Now, yes, I’m finding out that people are using these things called search engines more and more, instead of going direct-to-domain, and yes, I realize that it’d be a lot cooler to hook kung-foolery up to a cooler domain like, kungfoole.ry, but that would mean I’d have to reside in Ryzbekistan (I believe) and I’m not quite ready to make that kind of commitment.
Originally the idea was always to create a site where people could provide valuable how-to’s on things they weren’t qualified to provide how-to’s on, and that would seemingly seem less professional if it was on some super long wordpress.com domain. A side benefit to finally hooking up the blog to the domain, is that I can now mark something else off my bucket list, which along with my recent ascension to level 9 Thetan is pretty exciting considering the world is gonna end in a couple of months.
Now that I’ve finally officially launched!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! with http://www.kung-foolery.com, I’m starting up another blog dedicated solely to what seems like most people are interested in, my pithy observations of fatherhood called World’s Best Daddy (Universes’ Best Daddy was already taken). Announcing WorldsBestDaddy.org!!!!!!! Seriously though, I’m going to keep WBD to observations on parenting, fatherhood, Seattle-related parenting, and the occasional drug reference – while Kung-Foolery.com can become what it always hoped it could be, a repository for useless information.
Thank you for reading what could (and should) be considered the worlds worst press release.