Am I really a techie? Mark Cuban Says NO!

Hello Bloggers!


Today I complete the magical transformation of becoming a blogger! Thanks to the help of Andrew Conard I learned the basic steps in creating a blog and even created my own blog address. This has been one wild month for me. In the past 4-6 weeks I have created my own facebook page, you tube page, and now a blog. I felt so un-techie, but now I feel like I’m getting close to being cutting edge. However, my cutting edge feeling left me about 2 weeks ago as I was driving to the airport. I was listening to Bob Costas’ radio show which can be good, but seems to spend a lot of time talking baseball and I mean A LOT of time. This evening his guest was Mark Cuban (Owner of the NBA Franchise Dallas Mavericks) who in my mind is a pretty smart dude with a pretty good business sense. For a few moments blogging was the topic between Costas & Cuban. As the conversation continued Mark Cuban made the statement that blogging has been around for a while and it’s an old way of communicating. Mark Cuban has now moved on to looking for the next cutting edge way to communicate. These are not his exact words but you get the idea. Anyways after listening to this conversation I felt even more out of it, but I have recovered from that sense of pity for myself and decided that I will push on and become a blogger no matter what Mark Cuban says.

My hope for this blog is too post my thoughts about Kids Cor, Children’s Ministry, life, and any other random things that enter my head so I hope you enjoy and perhaps we will meet soon in the world wide web.


1 Response to “Am I really a techie? Mark Cuban Says NO!”

  1. April 15, 2008 at 9:53 pm

    Nick – Welcome to the blogosphere!

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Everything here represents my own opinion and not the opinion of The United Methodist Church of The Resurrection or The United Methodist Church. It's purely my own random thoughts.

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