Blog two years

Today it is two years since I started this blog.

I am a bit surprised that I actually have kept it going, even if the posting frequency has its ups and downs.

It has been two quite difficult years, but I have not mentioned anything very private here. Unless my views reveals something about me πŸ˜‰

I never intended this blog to be "personal". People are often very reckless with private information on the web. In Sweden, authorities are quite reckless with private data, so maybe at least some individuals think that in general their private info concerns, even belongs to, something/someone else. The good, kind and caring government? The corporations? Or the merged hydra of the two. That said, there is nothing inherently wrong with being very personal in one's publications.

Anyways, the blog has so far been fun and I never feel any pressure to posting. It has indirectly helped me get through real life. I intend to keep on emitting some thoughts and emotions in textual form here. When I started I had no idea that the domain name, inscius, would become my main Internet handle. So it goes.

Thanks for reading this πŸ™‚

I used to have a picture of a dog in the header of this blog, until I changed the theme. I also have used his image as my avatar in some online contexts. He was our family dog, but he died in the autumn of 2011, not very long after I started blogging. He was not a youngster anymore, but had always been healthy. He died rather suddenly. He had probably been suffering quite a while. We had no idea, but animals show as little as possible any weakness. He is very missed. He was a Swedish Lapphund.



  1. Congratulations on your blogiversary πŸ™‚

    I have enjoyed reading your blog – and you have sparked several thoughts for me as well. As for the privacy thing, I think we all have to come to a decision about how much we want to share about ourselves online – the main thing is that people need to understand the choices they are making.

    You dog looks lovely, btw. Apparently dogs do go quickly when they go – at least, this is what I was told when our own dog died. We are starting to talk about getting another dog now – my eldest son is keen, so I suspect it will just be a matter of time… πŸ˜‰

    • Thank you, my friends, for the kind comments. πŸ™‚

      I miss having a dog, but it is not really time for it now. I will live in an apartment, which I think is less optimal for a dog-owner. It is also quite costly to have a dog. And it is a bit too much for me at this moment to take care of a dog. Hopefully, it will be possible in the future. πŸ™‚

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