Yesterday was uneventful, so I did not post an entry. It would be too minimalist, too short, so I didn't bother to do it.
Today, however, is a little bit different.
I ran some errands today. I picked up my paycheck, and went to the bank to deposit it. After that, I also went to the pharmacy to buy some bathroom supplies. I was almost out of soap that I really needed to buy one. But since it was the holiday season, the shops weren't open until today! I only had about a small pebble-sized soap particle, so when I went out today, immediately I grabbed a three-bar pack. This would last me the next semester. Yup, that was the case for the last one as well. I bought a three-bar pack at the beginning of the semester and it took me from August to December. That also goes for the shampoo and conditioner as well.
I finished the dissertation that I have been reading for the past week. It was an easier read than the previous book that I have been reading. So I picked up the other dissertation that I need to read, so as to know what this other scholar has to say. Oh I am starting to have a headache, having all these theories crowd my head, and each one of them is saying that theirs is the correct one.
I am progressing with the reading of my novel. Funny, I still find time to read leisurely. I actually borrowed another novel to read, but I don't think I'll be touching it for the time being.
Reading other people's blogs, I have seen a trend. People seem to move to Wordpress more and more. PureMood uses it, Ben.run recently started to use it, and just now, The Martins have also used it. Ok, is it more convenient? What are the advantages and the disadvantages of using it? I am skeptical, since, being used to the scientific field, I always check my data, before implementing them. So, is Wordpress better than basic Blogger?
To my readers, why have you stopped using Blogger, and instead, use Wordpress? I realize that you get a personalized URL. But is there more to it? Is it a software that I have to download? That seems to be a disadvantage to me, if that is true. Given my nature (that I travel here and there, even here in Buffalo, I sometimes blog in my office, from the library, at home), if I need to download it in order to use it, then that means I can only post an entry using the computer where I downloaded the program, right? Well, if there are other advantages that would weigh against that, please let me know.
To Wordpress users, please, try to sell the product to me. Although I cannot guarantee that I would buy it...