I always find the stories of how or why people chose their pseuds so interesting. Because we get to name ourselves. There's a lot of power in that.
Actually, I have a name that nobody else knows. Not a single person but myself. It's the name I call myself, when I'm talking to myself. It's the name of me. I can't remember exactly when I started using it -- some time in the last ten years or so. It's a completely normal name, a boring name. But it's mine.
I'm sure this is deeply weird, but I like it. It's friendly. *g*
Bloggage for today:
Bright Lights Film Journal on Attack of the Clones and Slate on Star Wars (all of it) as "the greatest postmodern art film ever". Both worth reading.
If you are a web designer/developer, you should have a look at Alex Robinson's In search of the One True Layout, where he outlines how to achieve -- with CSS -- total layout flexibility, equal height columns, and vertical placement of elements across grids/columns. I read through it today, but haven't had a chance to play. I expect to see some buzz about this on my blogs tomorow -- it looks like amazing work.
And I want to flail around and post some Prince of Tennis love, but I can't think of a topic. Just... *loves on my fandom*