Happy 13th blogiversary! I think this is the 500th published post! Wow, 13 years, 500 posts, and many more thoughts and ideas have I written about. I think I chose the name well, teamsiems zeitgeist.
Twelve years ago it all started with a definition of teamsiems zeitgeist. Happy 12th blogiversary!
Eleven years ago it all started with a definition of teamsiems zeitgeist.
Happy 11th blogiversary!
I started this blog on this day in 2005. Happy 10th Blogiversary!
Like a lot of blogs I don’t write much here now, just the occasional rant about Texas politics. I mainly have used this blog to capture moments in time so that I can go back and read them and be nostalgic.
I started this blog on this day in 2005. I won’t say much today, but 9 years is a long time on the interwebs. Happy 9th Blogiversary!
On this day in 2005 I posted my first blog entry and defined the direction of this website: Zeitgeist Defined. Happy 7th Blogiversary!
I still hold true to my mission: publication of the intellectual, moral, and cultural climate of this era. I also think it is important to develop and defend your personal brand. With the tag line “a team of Siems making observations,” I believe I both define and defend the teamsiems brand. I will continue to do so as long as I am able.
Happy 6th Blogiversary! I defined teamsiems zeitgeist in my first post.
I know I always say this, but a lot has happened in 6 years and 320 posts. My mom and aunt Ruth died, Twitter and Facebook grew up as social media giants. Barack Obama became the first black President of America. I traveled to Europe. And, I got remarried to a wonderful woman.
Five years ago today I posted Zeitgeist Defined – my first blog entry. Happy 5th Blogiversary!
A lot has changed since then. I moved from Blogspot to Blogger to WordPress and tried to keep all my posts together. Ironically, in 2005, I foresaw the hassle of moving blog content around and that’s what held me back for a few years. But, alas, I had too much to say and no where to keep it so I started teamsiems zeitgeist.
I’m still observing the times and happens around me – still staying true to the original premise.
Here’s to the next five years.