Terminally Incoherent started as a personal blog without a theme, focus and/or purpose. When you look through the archives you will see a wide scatter shot of different topics. Back then I didn’t have any readers, so I really didn’t care.
The site is still little bit like that today, but over the last few years I managed to narrow my focus a little bit. I still don’t have a specific topic, but I have a theme of sorts: “all things geeky”. Recently a new angle has emerged, and in addition to picking generally geeky things to review and talk about, I try to frame it in a specific point of view. When you are reading my reviews and commentaries, they are essentially done from the perspective of a software developer, progressive trans-humanist and future obsessed science nut. That’s what I’m aiming at when I write reviews these days.
That said, “geeky stuff” is the central theme and I try not to diverge from it too much. If I had to narrow down a list of central themes this would probably be it:
- Amusing IT/Sysadmin horror stories.
- Video game discussions
- Tabletop games and RPG’s
- Futurism, singularity and related topics
- Literature (mostly SF and Fantasy)
- Programming (mostly Python, C#, Java)
- IT related stuff
- Geek humor
If you look at the geek humor category you will notice that early on I used it mostly to post funny pictures and web comics. Nowadays it is mostly amusing geek related stories or rants. I post funny pictures to /dev/random Tumblr feed now.
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