Second First Post

Wow. It’s my second day working on this and I’m already having the “I should blog, but I don’t know what to blog about” problem. It’s not that I don’t have any ideas. I have tons of ideas. Rather, it’s just that most of those posts are going take a bit longer to write, so I’m saving them for later when I have more free time. Instead, today I’ll write I little about this blog, considering I didn’t in my first post. And by the way, if you don’t understand Java, you didn’t miss much in the first post.

I meant to start this blog over two months ago. I had been thinking about it for a while, and knew that I wanted to start one, but there were a lot of specifics (title, theme, layout, etc.) that I hadn’t ironed out yet. Still planning, I missed my first planned launch date of July 1st, and then again in August because I was out of town. Finally, after about a week after moving into my dorm for my first year of undergraduate education, I put my foot down and started. And this is the result. Not so impressive so far, I know, but I hope it gets a little more interesting.

So, what do I plan to do on this blog? My main goal is to post at least once a day. I may not have much time some days, so those posts will be relatively short, but I still hope to get a little bit of “fun” writing done every day. My aim is to make one or two “longer” posts per week. In addition to that, I’m planning to add a new post to the “I’ve Been Listening To…” thread each day, just with a song that I’ve, well, been listening to a lot or had stuck in my head that day. I like a lot of different types of music, so you may not like everything I choose, but I invite you to listen nonetheless.

That’s about all I can think to write about the blog write now, and I should probably get working on the video lectures I need to watch for tomorrow’s chem class, so I’m going to go do that.

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Lecrae – Tell the World (feat. Mali Music)

Hello, World

public static void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.println("Hello, World");
}