2garden vb gar.den.ing to lay out or work in a garden
It's important to know as much as you can before jumpin' into...or in this case diggin' into...a new project.
Relying on my 1961 Edition of Websters to define and remind, has worked out pretty well except when I started my foray into the WorldWideWeb and the Definition of Computer....
com.put.er \kem-'pyut-er\ n: one that computes; specifically an automatic electronic machine for performing calculations
world.wide.web\ huh?\ see giant spider
The 1961 Edition of Websters doesn't have BLOG listed. It should have been somewhere around blocky, bloke and blonde.So here's a SuDefinIshun......BLOG - a place on the InterNet or InnerNet or EnterNet or WorldWideWeb.....really doesn't matter how you spell or misspell it.....it's not in 1961 Webster either. And, the thing is, I've relied on this book through the education of my child and now my grandchildren. No wonder my son has to use 'Spell Check' and my Grands call me NanaNitWit.
Anyway, back to BLOG....a place on the WorldWideWeb... which is based on…as far as I can tell on the Children's Nursery Rhyme, The IttsyBittsy Spider who went WebSpinBerserk after the water spout event flooded the WholeWideWorld. Okay....I got off for a sec...on the WWWeb where ANYBODY in the whole wide world via their Personal Computer(PC)....also not in my Webster. Don't you think it's interesting tho, that the name WEBSTER (the book) is used on the WWWEB and those who use TheWEB are called WEBSTERS? Hmmmmm!
Anyway...back to BLOG....via personal computer, share 'Information' (mostly useless ramblings about themselves...speaking primarily of this blogger and this post) with other people known as Bloggers, who also share their ramblings and then want lots more Bloggers who Blog to comment on their Blog. The Information is sent to somewhere in OuterSpace via WonderWhereWireless wires to this WonderWhereWeb which then spins it off to the intended ReceiversPC via their SecretCode that only they and their InterNetProvider know.....unfortunately, we have learned that the Provider CanNot keep a secret
Wireless? I don't know about you, but I have a tangle of wires behind my PC that makes cooked spaghetti look straight. How they got wireless outta that mess, beats me, especially when even 1961 Webster defines wireless as having no wires.
YAHOO and GOOGLE.
...I know it’s really the WorldWideWeb…
...my Computer Information Technology DirectorSon told me, and after reading this, he is probably going to lie through his SpellCheck Teeth that he was the
one who introduced me to the WWW.
Finally, 1961 Webster has Yahoo…
...an uncouth and rowdy person.
That doesn’t work for PuterTalk…but, kinda explains why Mama sometimes called us kids ‘You Bunch of Yahoo’s’.
Here's my Iowa FarmGal Mama in an Iowa Corn Field sometime back in the 1960's. Now that's what I call a gard.en full of corn \'ko(e)rn\ noun...skipping to def...4: a plant that produces corn 5: something that is corny.
However, it has inspired me to seriously consider two parts of the gard.en definition.
1....vb gar.den.ing to lay out
2...b: an open-air eating or drinking place