Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Change in Title Reflects Change in Proprietorship.

As you can see, there's been a change to the title of this site. I no longer feel the need to identify myself by name in the header. Of course this isn't going to retroactively change all the google hits that referenced the former title, but it gives me at least a small element of plausible deniability regarding the identity of the author of the site. The previous owner/author has relinquished control, and has been supplanted by the current one. He may, however, be making return appearances at an unspecified future date.

How truly creepy is that?

It is to be understood by all readers that a new entity is responsible for posting here. The previous author wishes it to be known that he has diassociated himself from this enterprise, and posts dated after the one immediately preceding shall be considered to be under unidentified authorship, until contradictory information is posted. The former and current authors of this site ask that you please excuse this interruption, and let it not interfere with your enjoyment of the new "Serendipity".

Thank you kindly.

7 Comments:

Blogger lee said...

Be careful of that multiple personality syndrome! It's a hard one to beat! ;)

11:06 AM  
Blogger John Morris said...

This is just so scary, I don't know what to say. I just knew you would sell out to big media. Merge indeed!!

Any atrocities on this site are the product of a faceless conglomerate.

5:38 PM  
Blogger Merge Divide said...

That's right. If you don't like something written on this blog, you certainly can't blame the previous owner. It is all Walmart's fault.

And multiple personalities? Shucks... you ain't seen even a small portion of our wide selection. Stay tuned.

10:10 PM  
Blogger John Morris said...

I have found that the multiple personality thing boosts web traffic and interest in my blog.
My most popular posts involve me talking to animals and picking at scabs. It's pretty degrading but I want readers.

So far it's mostly secret service agents but I am getting popular at the NSA too.

12:20 AM  
Anonymous marc said...

"plausible deniability"?!!
ooh..hoo...(brief pause while i wipe the laugh-induced tear from my eye). you are too much "d. grim". but seriously, nothing wrong with covering one's ass i suppose...

12:00 PM  
Blogger Merge Divide said...

ahhhh... but there is no possibility of being "too much d. grim" Either one is or one isn't. It's not a matter of degree.

2:47 PM  
Anonymous marc said...

true indeed, sir

5:57 PM  

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