Words From Dev.

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On September 9th, 2005, I wrote my first blog post.

That seemed like forever and a day ago. I originally started blogging because I was looking for sections to add to my personal website that I created after learning C++ back in 2003 & then taking a course my freshman year at Shaw University, peaking my interest in web design again. I continued to blog sporadically through 2006 until I finally put it on the back burner for notes feature on Facebook. Basically from there I just posted a lot of pictures and what not. Then somewhere around 2009 my first Facebook was deleted and I had to start over, so instead of putting everything into one place, I branched out and found blogger.

I posted randomly on blogger, for the most part because I didn't really have time to post like I wanted to due to me being in the military from 2010 t0 2013. I didn't really have the time to commit to blogging like I wanted to, due to the fact that I had to focus on other things. So around late 2013 I decided to pick back up on the blogging and it wasn't really til around June of 2014 that I really gave it the time it deserved. This year I've already posted more blogs that I've ever posted before. I found in part that I gave away a lot of opinions, thoughts and potential topic ideas on twitter, spent venting, so I stopped, and the outcome is more in depth posts and topics. Hopefully at the beginning of 2015 I can roll out all the things that I'm working on for my blog.

I really don't like the whole concept of about me's where people rail off a list of things that they have done or things that they want to do. I more so keep things close to the chest, and as you read more posts by me, you can kind of dive into the whole understanding of who I am and my thought process. I was actually reading my blogs from 2005 all the way through to now and I've really matured and grown as a man.Blogging to me is where an individual can share their ideas and beliefs in a constructive manner and it's presented in a light where it's either educational or people will respect your opinion. Either way, blogging is suppose to be about you, and the growth that you experience in life, so that way people can understand you as the person you are. I also think that if something were to ever happen to me, people will be able to come back to my page and read the words that I wrote and remember me or learn more about me through them.

Either way I thank you for taking the time to read this, and my posts. This is my hobby that I've decided to focus my attention on and this is something that I take very seriously, so all the positive comments that I receive and even the negative ones serve as building stones for me to get better as a writer and better express myself as the human that I am.

Stay tuned, there's always something better in the works here at Cold Knowledge.

It's always a nice feeling, 
Having people think that you feel things much deeper than you're allowed to say, 
But this isn't true. 
If you want to find out what a writer or a cartoonist really feels, 
Look at his work. That's enough.
- Shel Silverstein 

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this blog belong to me, and solely me. Anyone who contributes to this blog with their own personal views are that of their own. Additionally, any picture or quote used is not for personal profit. This is solely for fun.

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