Zen What?

Zen: A school of Mahayana Buddhism that asserts that enlightenment can be attained through meditation, self-contemplation, and intuition rather than through faith and devotion.

Byte: A sequence of adjacent bits, usually eight, operated on as a unit by a computer also the combination of bits used to represent a particular letter, number, or special character.

42: the answer to Life, the Universe and Everything, of course.

You have stumbled onto or even more confusing, purposely, chosen to land in my little corner of the Internet. I have done very little with the the place, hung some curtains, I did sweep a touch – but in this neighborhood the dust is ridiculous – but other than that, two bean bags and a lava lamp is as good as it gets.

This is another Blog, amongst three million other “Blogs” – its not¬†politically driven, its not some sort of intellectual stump speech against the woes and pains of the world, it is what it is. It is a tiny little corner, where my tiny little thoughts are expressed.

Simple Wandering Recommendations –

Random Bytes: General Posts and ramblings are stored rather haphazardly in this little Library – the Dewey Decimal system was thrown out with some old bagels from last week – so good luck on finding what you are looking for. My advice – just pick up a thought and toy with it for a while.

Movie Bytes: This is where you can find Movie Reviews, one sentence at a time. Any review shared is done is a single sentence. (Albeit ignoring proper grammar, sentence structure and in some cases spelling altogether in order to achieve this.)

Bytes From Others: Home to the comments of the masses. If you have an opinion, thought and/or comment, feel free to share.

There is little else to be said –

Enjoy and Wander –


Published on July 22, 2009 at 2:39 am  Comments Off on Zen What?