Best Blog in Sooke?

Was surfing Slashdot today, and came across a posting that had a link in its “signature”: Best Blog in Saskatchewan. Well, you just have to follow a link like that. Turns out it wasn’t too shabby. Not glitzy but it had a few interesting things on it, and a picture or two.

It made me wonder if I could realistically lay claim to the best blog in Sooke? 🙂 I think not, unless there isn’t another. I mean, there’s really not a lot of deep significance here. It’s just a semi-regular series of happenings, mostly documenting a normal suburban life and the growth of a little girl. I know I enjoy it. Every once in a while, when there hasn’t been an article in a few days, I feel a bit of pressure to put something up, but there usually is something to write about.

Like the Best Blog in Saskatchewan, for example… 😉

Actually, yesterday…

Pat Morita passed away. Talk about a guy who’s always been old. Of course, I knew him as Mr. Miyagi in the Karate Kid, but Tammy knew him first from M*A*S*H, where he played a Korean national. When Tammy told me about it yesterday via internet chat (I was at work), I replied with a paraphrasing of a quote from the M*A*S*H episode “Deal Me Out”:

Get a nurse to try and wake him… a little at a time.

3 thoughts on “Best Blog in Sooke?

  1. Hi,

    Thanks for visiting my blog. It might not be the best, but how are most people on Slashdot going to know the difference? 🙂 I guess the other Sask Blog links on my page might indicate that there is competition, including a heavy hitter called Small Dead But otherwise it’s the best blog page I’ve ever made in my ~4 years of blogging. If you’ve not yet, check out the Pet Foil Hat Technology. I’ve haven’t sold any to B.C. yet, but I’ve sold items along those lines to some west coasters.

  2. Of course, this does bring me to something else I was thinking about this week: GPG encryption and signatures. It hasn’t been a problem for me, but it would be nice to know for sure when somebody sends you something that it really was the Somebody you think it was. Anybody out there use GPG (or PGP) on a regular basis?

  3. hmm, well i would if anyone i knew understood what the hell i was talking about. it usually goes screaming over their heads. anyway, i have a free plugin installed for outlook 2000 at work and for at home. works great, if only to prove that yes, it does work.

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