Friday, September 20, 2013

The Internet-Less Blogger

I find it weird, calling myself a blogger, but everyone is a blogger these days. I feel that the title claims that I perhaps have a career in this, which obviously, I don't. I do however spend a lot of time dedicated to this blog - reading, writing, reviewing, taking notes, viewing other blogs and commenting on such things.

Of course this is extremely difficult when my home internet is severely lacking. How lacking? Well, I moved at the beginning of September with my friend and fellow artist, Jessica and we're both struggling with the lack of affordable internet service providers. Damn Canadian internet (which is rated third-world by Netflix, btw).

My blogs, until I have a reliable connection will be sporadic at best and I apologize profusely for this considering how long I took on my recent hiatus, but I promise that I'll have books ready to be reviewed and segments that I've plotted out in my head that I'll hopefully be able to execute soon. :)

Thanks for your patience, my gentle readers!

6 comments:

  1. Good luck getting settled in -- and boo about the crappy internet! (I had no idea Canadian internet was so bad!) Will be waiting around, patiently!, for your return. Hope you get some very good reading in!

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    1. Yeah, my roommate and I are trying to get service but there's not much to choose from in Canada. Most of the smaller ISPs use the lines from the bigger services (we call them the Big 3) and the Big 3 have created a weird monopoly that prevents smaller companies from expanding. Of course this means that any service we get is extremely pricey and not to mention, unreliable. In Canada, you get a set amount of bandwidth and if you go over, you pay dearly for it.

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  2. I know the feeling of internetless rage well, it is not fun! Hopefully you'll get it sorted soon :)

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  3. Hi! I have nominated you for a Liebster Award! You can find my post here: http://meetmeatthebookshop.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/the-liebster-award.html I hope you accept it :)

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  4. I hope you will find an affordable and quality internet service provider very soon. Not only for your blogging, but for reading and all your write-ups too. There are many good reading materials that could inspire you online, and you could access them for free, as long as good internet connection. – Jannette at T Link Broadband

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  5. I definitely enjoying every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post."

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