What is the sense of writing something that much possibly no one will ever read ? That is a question I ask myself every time I post something on the web, from a review to a single tweet. When it comes down to a personal blog/website, this question becomes even more relevant.
And that's when the title of this post comes into play: a blog is (or CAN be) some kind of personal diary. Unlike a "regular" diary, anyway, a blog is written keeping in mind that there is a chance (and hope, I believe) that somebody is gonna read it. At least, that is somehow the use I make of it. In this particular case, this blog is made with the same intent I made every other entry in the strange world of Internet: sharing.
Whether is a song, an anime or a video-game, sharing is the very essence of this blog. Whenever I find something that amuses me, I'll be keeping track of it and include in the "Cool stuff of the moment" and the other side-bars. If somebody happens to read it, he might eventually consider to watch/listen/play my recommendations and (hopefully) enjoy them as I did. If nobody reads it, it's fine anyway: this blog would have served its purpose as a record of the things that made me passionate, entertained me - or simply helped me making through the day.
With that said, here is the very first list of things that I recently found entertaining and I'd like to share with all those who might read this thing:
Azumanga Daioh (Slice of life comedy)
Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou (Slice of life comedy)
Jojo no Kimiyona Boken: The Animated Series (Action)
Nichijou (Slice of life comedy)
Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas (Action)
Adventure Quest (Web RPG)
Adventure Quest Worlds (MMORPG)
Warriors Orochi 3 (Action)
Yume Nikki (Horror/Exploration)
Here's also a list of my contributions (!?) so far
Check This Out: Fortified School
Random Thoughts: The Dojikko Effect
Yume Nikki: A Journey Through The Dark.... in 32 bit
If just one of these recommendations and/or contributions will entertain even just one reader, then I'll call myself much more than satisfied. Because, in the end, it's all about sharing.