Welcome to the world of writing diaries, which is an extinct practice today. The practice has been abandoned zillions of seconds ago. Gone are the days when people used to write down their experiences on red / black / brown diaries and keep it to themselves in their most private closets.
Sometime back, Shreeman Lichad AtthanaBaarah (Sir Sucker 50Paise Twelve) has done the impossible. He dug up his old cupboard and found diaries. Diaries that were covered with dust. Diaries that were empty and sterile. Diaries that were of no use then. And guess what he did…
He extracted the DNA of the most popular thing in the world, THE INTERNET and injected the DNA into the diaries… and behold… there is a new and rejuvenated DIARY… though the scientific name of the new diary was a “WebBlog”, but for reference sake and ease of use was called “Blog”. And he had created a park of the sample diaries and called it “Jurassic Blog”
Before opening up of the park to the common public he had asked 3 scientists…
Prof Shyam Neel
Prof Lara Dhan &
Prof Jai Goolfaam
to take a look at “Jurassic Blog” and some of the “Blogs” that had been restored.
Shreeman Lichad AtthanaBaarah first showed the security features of the Blogs. Firstly that these Blogs were in the safe confinements of the computer screen and that they don’t jump out… they give both public access to the viewers and private access to the owner / trainer. A new “character recognition” security feature was also newly introduced to them, which kept away BLOOD SUCKING PESTS from the Blogs…
Then he left the three scientists to themselves to explore “Jurassic Blog”. They could choose a vehicle of their choice. Most of them opted for the latest model called “Firefox” though, IE would have been a better option but IE always comes up with problems called “If Not Empty Paras”.
And off they went for an excursion of a lifetime. The park was beautiful. All sorts of plantations and forests (read templates) were available. Some places were soothing, some were amazing and some were very beautifully done. But then the plantations were just the make up of the park. The main attraction of the park were the “Blogs” that were within those plantations.
Then they came across all sorts of Blogs. Shreeman Lichad AtthanaBaarah had done a fantastic job with reviving the diaries of yore combined with the Internet DNA. There were all sorts of Blogs in “Jurassic Blog”.
The Hilarious ones…
The Serious Ones…
Idea’s Blog… (this is a blog family consisting of 4 blogs)
The world of diary writing was back. Blogs shared experiences, views, counter-views (via comments) were beautifully written and etched forever (at least until they decide to bring the server down). And the best part was that, with the Internet DNA, one needn't crawl up to somebody’s closet to read their diaries. They were publicly available for those who were interested.
They say, “If everything is going alright… then something's wrong” and the scientists come across the most fearsome blog… that’s what they call it as the “T-Rex Blog”. It pakaoed and pakaoed and pakaoed them and drove them out of “Jurassic Blog”. :)
Now here’s the twist. Spielberg dropped the plan of the Park because of a couple of stupid Rex’s. But in the case of Blogs, they have decided to go ahead and open Blogs to the public at large as the Rex was considered to be more of an exception. And that the other species of Blogs would provide more edutainment as compared to the harm caused by a few Rex’s here and there.
And now here it is… Blogs… all tested… approved… and ready to use. Getting safer by the day… now we have special search engines for Blogs to search for your “kinda” Blogs. All thanks to the efforts of Shreeman Lichad AtthanaBaarah.
Let’s try and make best use of the Blogs and try and not lose it, coz if we do, Blogs would be history and we would end up making a movie called “The Lost Blog”… and I guess we wouldn’t want that… or do we?