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Entry no.: 264

29 Sep 2007, 2:50 PM

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Personal Fifth

Kit·blog enters fifth year today

Good five or bad five, Cristian -Kit- Paul, Bucharest, 2007

Will the 5th be a good year? A bad one? Light, dark? Long, short? Thick, thin?


For almost one year at the current address (, previously (since 2003) located on my .Mac account (, this blog approaches 1000 posts—one freaking thousand?!?—and counts over 600 self-made photos. Thousands of comments (that—unfortunately—disappeared from the old location). Four years of blogging, some pretty good, one not so great and a platform change that felt more like starting over.


Thanks for dropping by, folks.

While every visit makes me feel good, still, I'm doing my best to keep this blog a little pensive and away from being a middlebrow affair. Thank you for stopping by and reading it.

Thank you for subscribing to my feed. For me, this means that more than a couple of hundreds of you care about what I'll concoct next. Thanks.

Years don't mean much when a blog is dead. And with no comments, nor e-mails, it would be—I do appreciate each and every comment and e-mail (yes, even when I'm too busy to reply). Thank you for sparing the time to share a thought.

Thank you for linking here and for spreading the word—this turns a blog from personal entertainment into something else, something much bigger. The perfect example would be the anti-SDPR's design law protest, when blogs and massive linking turned into a formidable power and triggered mainstream media responses in the country and abroad. Also, I'm grateful for being listed in your blogrolls. Thank you.


Que Sera, Sera / Whatever will be, will be / The future's not ours, to see / Que Sera, Sera / What will be, will be.


Reply no.: 1

29 Sep 2007, 10:11 PM


Happy birthday & keep up the good work.

Reply no.: 2

29 Sep 2007, 11:39 PM


Keep this picture for 2057' birthday, as I'm sur you'll deliver the same quality for the next 50 years. See you soon

Reply no.: 3

30 Sep 2007, 4:38 AM



My blog just turned 5 too, though I forgot to celebrate. So I'd rather celebrate yours!

Reply no.: 4

30 Sep 2007, 11:15 AM


Thank you all.

Graft, I'll try. But—you know—Que Sera, Sera...

Alexandre, I have no clue how internet will look like in 2057. I hope it won't be run by evil robots.

Maktaaq, this blog only turns 4 (entering the fifth blogging season :) so I can only bow in front of you.

Reply no.: 5

30 Sep 2007, 3:34 PM


A great fifth season of kitblog then.

Reply no.: 6

30 Sep 2007, 4:51 PM


Congratulations! keep it up, i always enjoy your posts, but i enjoy the photos much more :)

Reply no.: 7

30 Sep 2007, 8:32 PM


La mai multe posturi, Kit(blog). Thanks for showing us what it means to be a pro

Reply no.: 8

30 Sep 2007, 8:59 PM


Wow, when it rains, it pours. Thank you, people!

Thanks Felipov, but let's put things is perspective here: I'll never be as popular as a cute, hugging Cephalopoda with a crazy name.

Cristi, I channeled my Flickr photo-stream feed into the main blog feed—I hope that'll help a bit. Thank you.

Bogdana, thanks—I hope you don't mean a pro blogger; at the present level of blogging haughtiness I'd starve in a week.

Reply no.: 9

1 Oct 2007, 11:10 AM


many happy returns of the day!

Reply no.: 10

2 Oct 2007, 10:02 AM


Thank you, Gulbin. The mechanics of a blogging year is simple: blog while Earth goes around the Sun once. That's it.

Reply no.: 11

2 Oct 2007, 11:46 PM

Dan Petre:

I hate you Kit! I envy you Kit!
Just kidding :)

Reply no.: 12

2 Oct 2007, 11:59 PM


Thank you, Dan. Just a quick question: um, do those two leverage or cancel each other? Are those sentiments additive or subtractive? :)

Reply no.: 13

4 Oct 2007, 1:32 AM

Dan Petre :

let me analyse it for another 5 years :)
and for that I need a cat..
I've just pointed out your blog to a friend of mine who is a psychologist. She was very interested in a professional meeting with a 5 years old blogger!

Reply no.: 14

4 Oct 2007, 9:20 AM


2 thumbs up kit!

Reply no.: 15

4 Oct 2007, 11:10 AM


Congratulations for the five!
Let' see the fifthie ....:)))

Reply no.: 16

4 Oct 2007, 2:52 PM


Dan, is it that bad, doc?

Gupi, two is just enough. Thank you, old pall.

Thank you Paul—although that's a lot of work. Even bloggers retire, don't they?

Reply no.: 17

4 Oct 2007, 11:41 PM


wooooaah 5!
Happy blogday!

Reply no.: 18

5 Oct 2007, 11:40 AM


Thank you, Mr. E! Only laziness stands between me and an every day is blogday type of proclamation.

Reply no.: 19

5 Oct 2007, 12:57 PM

Dan Petre :

Actually, she is fascinated by the prospect of understanding the psychological needs and motivations of a “senior” blogger :)

Reply no.: 20

8 Oct 2007, 2:59 PM


dan petre, what's the point of identifying the "psychological needs and motivations"? the more he's natural the merrier the readers are!
dar cu calul ce-ai avut? (ref. prizzi cat). just kidding

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