Some people think depression is just an extended sadness. This is wrong, of course. I don't really know what depression is, but I tasked myself with trying to describe it. This is what I came up with.
This is the Page of Bob
Technically, it's more than one page. It's like a bunch of pages. But when site was first created (some time in September, 1997) it was just a single page. The name stuck, even if it hasn't aged well.
My name is Bob Davidson. I'm a father, husband, web developer, musician, and all-round creative but not that creative spirit. This is my playground on the web where I write words and sentences that presumably no living soul will read.
These are my stories. (clunk clunk)
Why did I start programming and why do I continue to do it to this day? It's the answer you never asked for! In this incredibly self-indulgent article, I chronicle my developer journey.
This was originally posted under the unwieldy title of “An Unreasoned, Ill-researched, Uninformed, and Biased Analysis of the Rise in Health Care Costs by a Guy Who Doesn't Know Anything.” Turns out only the last five words were accurate.