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What is this blog’s purpose—and why should you read it?

This blog will cover the:

  • ruminations,
  • ideas,
  • observations,
  • questions (and answers),
  • suggestions,
  • discussions,
  • recommendations,
  • etc., etc., etc.,

of me . . . Roger Scimé (note the acute accent over the é—that’s not part of the domain name, only because ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names And Numbers, won’t allow things like accents, ampersands, underscores, umlauts, etc., etc., etc., in domain names. Go figure.

Back to the point:  In my many years on this sad and sorry planet, I’ve been a

  • professional musician,
  • loan officer,
  • repo man,
  • delivery courier,
  • journalist,
  • short story writer,
  • Internet entrepreneur,
  • restaurant critic,
  • editor,
  • college professor,
  • videographer,
  • marketing, PR, social media, and mar-comm specialist
  • search engine optimizer and consultant,
  • critical thinker,
  • candidate for public office,
  • political lobbyist,
  • researcher,
  • online and offline content creator,
  • and a whole bunch of other things. Continue reading What is this blog’s purpose—and why should you read it?