Last updated on July 19th, 2013 at 05:12 pm
The first post published on 4th January was a mundane declaration. Obviously, it not by me. It was pressed by the most popular blog WordPress.org.
For every new installation to any domain, “Hello World!” signify the birth of a new blog into world wide web online blogosphere.
The post was nothing too splendid, as if like throwing a hilarious form-party at the beach to celebrate Christmas Day.
And no splashes of colorful fireworks on the sky to welcome the jubilicious New Year 2012.
Like what I have just said, ‘a mundane declaration’ by WordPress.org, and by default.
Another similar example for geeks to be greeted by message of “Hello World!” is learning programming language. The first lesson often goes along with the first programming example or exercise.
So being simple-looking with a short message from “Hello World!”, most new bloggers certainly accept the post gladly.
This blog http://RedFlamy.com hasn’t been publishing any post for the past 55 days.
Today is 29th February 2012. It’s a leap day in the Gregorian calendar. Only happens once in every 4 years.
If my first post written by me was not published today, I would have to wait for another 4 years to mark an eventful day on this blog.
Just like a common phrase from the Bible, Creator say ”Let there be light. And there shall by light.”.
So the same goes to my first post of my blog, by saying “Let’s start to write, content of great insights!”
Somehow it rhythms perfectly. Please allow me to repeat,
“Let there be light, and there shall be light!”
“Let’s start to write, content of great insights!”