10.31.2005

I Love DOS

Blogs are amazing. Some blogs clue you in to ever so helpful information as to what type of food the blogger ate today and whether or not they walked their dog. You might also get stunning insights into their favorite color as well if you are lucky and check back often. Other blogs are much deeper and tap into spiritual, philosophical or even political musings. And then you come upon a blog ever so rare as to wonder what the person behind the keyboard is actually like. I encounted one of the blogs last week and have been going back regularly ever since.

The name of the blog? DOS. Now some of you may have never heard of DOS, and thats ok. Our wonderful friend, who we will call Marvin henceforth (I hate to genderize a person but I think it is pretty safe to assume that this writer is a male), has provided us a wonderful synopsis of DOS as his first post. And the posts just get better and better from there.

The question that comes to my mind is whether Marvin is pulling our leg, or is he really and truly this cool? This is a guy I'd like to go out with on a Friday night, as I'm sure a majority of my female readers would too and perhaps fight me for that very right. I mean, it is hard to keep up with M-Dawg because he always informing us of some new and unheard of feature in DOS. Simply incredible!

That's it for today. I just wanted to pay tribute to a truly awe inspiring blog. I am not nearly as worthy of my piece of internet real estate as Marvin has proven himself to be in just a week's worth of writing. Keep up the good work my comrade!

4 comments:

Joy said...

Are you kidding me? He cannot be for real. I'd have to say that you couldn't pay me enough money to spend a Friday night with the guy. I could not even get past the first half of the first blog. Scrolling down through his entries made my skin crawl. By the way, his profile says he's fourteen. I do have to give the little guy credit - it's amazing that he knows what he knows at that age!

Mgam said...

This guy rules. I would love to have him write my obituary someday.

Stephen said...

I'm more than a little ashamed to say that I knew a lot of his tricks already.

At least I don't know any Unix/Linux prompt. That would be geeky.

Bonbon said...

hi-yah good buddy! heard that you dominated in the Halloween tradition of "the passing out of the scrumptious candy sweets." totally jealous, no one came to my flat for candy.... sad huh? i guess they were too busy devil worshipping... gets in the way of trick-or-treating i suppose....