I don’t know ’bout you, but the title reminds me of Finding Forrester. Y’know, ’cause of alliteration, which you will see I use frequently. Anyways, welcome to my first slice since the rebirth. “Slice?” you ask. Many people are more familiar with the terms: posting, post, article, piece, feature, column, web log entry and so on. I call them slices to go with the theme of Rye Bread Box.
On April 4, 2006, The Daily Slice was created. I originally wanted to publish, or should I say bake?, slices on a daily basis. For some time, length unknown, I was motivated enough to maintain a slice a day – aside from school, work and a relationship. It really was my baby. The fruits of my labor were recognized, receiving a decent number of daily hits. Long story short: life got in the way. The Daily Slice turned into Rye Bread Box, which still received many hits. But the less I posted, the less traffic I received. Imagine if I kept at it… Now, here we are – March 8, 2011. Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, I preent:
The Resurrection of Rye Bread Box
I could’ve just copied and pasted from the Introduction page as to what my blog is about, but that would be lazy, yet efficient. Anyways, the all-new Rye Bread Box has what the original had: intrigue, mystery, explosions, back-stabbery. Not the last three, but intrigue for sure. Look at the bold black words atop of the page. That’s what you can expect and more! I try to cater to the widest audience possible, discussing topics that a majority of people, if not everyone, can relate to. It’s alwaze (my way of always) been second nature to not only inform, but to entertain – infotain. This blog meets those objectives, so I hope.
Feel free to leave feedback. This may not be as interactive as Facebook, Twitter or Friendster, but I’m open to all types of criticism. Whether it’s good, bad, indifferent, I’ll appreciate it. If I can have you return to my blog at least once, whether it’s next week or next year, I can say that I have done my job as an infotainer. If you like what you read, please share with your friends and family. Write the link on a bathroom wall if you’d like. Either way, if you’ve read this far, thank you! I’ll see you later, reader. ‘Til next time…from the Rye Bread Box.