Sunday, August 22, 2004

I am trying to figure out how to upload material so I can put some of my material that I've already written on, rather than have to retype it. I also have some art work I'd like to use. I've been away in Vietnam for a while, and then it took a month to get over the jet lag from the return flight.

Sunday, June 20, 2004

Gabriel at cheesboard Posted by Hello
What I hope to do is eventually learn how to post material I have written elsewhere to my blog. I have a mystery that I would like to publish serially, but before I can do that I have to learn how to take material from files I've written with Word for Windows and post it on my blog.

I did upload a drawing I did but I don't know how I did it will take a while for me to get up to speed on this blogging matter. I have a book I've got to work on so I'll be taking a break from blogging until the middle of July...or around then.
Once I learn how to upload files, I'll start "publishing" a mystery I wrote in my blogs.

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

I think I've learned how to post images. The only problem is I don't know what I did. But I'll give it another try another day.

Now, I've revealed that I'm a secret agent. I'll tell how I became one soon.

Arthur Asa Berger as Secret Agent Posted by Hello
June 15, 2004

I haven't posted a blog for part because I was waiting for new software
to be created to allow me to post images on my blog...and in part because I have
a lot of trouble figuring out how to do anything on computers.

In the six months that I've not done any blogging, I can see that the technology has improved considerable and this sheet on which I'm writing this blog is much different from the screen I used to compose my blogs on.

I've been writing journals for 50 years the idea of writing every day is not a problem. What is a problem is writing and wondering whether anyone is there to see what I've written. I write books and never know what happens to them, either...but I have a notion that someone, somewhere, might possible read one of them. Or part of one of them.

If I can figure out how to post images, I'll put on some of my cartoons and other drawings. It was my friend Howard Rheingold, a writer who lives a few minutes away from where I live, who suggested I start writing blogs...I took a walk with him today and he urged me to go back to it.