OK, so I have too much time on my hands. Or it's a case of a compulsive disorder, and I just can't stop writing about all sorts of things I know too little about. Before my Day Book, I put my ramblings on my Web site. I no longer do that, but I still occasionally place articles here, in English and Hungarian.
Back in the 1990s, I was skeptical about this newfangled concept, "Web 2.0". It's just as stupid as interactive television, I said. Most people are consumers of information, very few will want to produce content.
I should have known better. Even as I uttered this opinion, I was already putting ramblings on my Web site. I continued this practice for several years, until finally, I started blogging in earnest, first using a monster Web page for this purpose, which I later automated using homebrew logging software (I finally switched to WordPress in 2008.)
I spent most of my adult life in Canada, so even though I'll never get rid of my accent, English often comes more naturally to me than my mother tongue. Nonetheless, there are a few things, mostly personal, that I write about in Hungarian.
Felnőtt életem legnagyobb részét Kanadában éltem le, így van az hogy habár az akcentusomat sosem fogom elveszíteni, sokszor könnyebben fejezem ki magam angolul mint az anyanyelvemen. Mindenesetre akad néhány, leginkább személyes téma, melyről magyarul írok.