Hello world! The Initial WordPress Entry for the Random Thought of the Day

Hello to the world of WordPress!  I am Al, but most people just call me The Lone Wulf.  I author a blog called The Random Thought of the Day, which has been unregularly updated in MySpace for nearly 7 months.  I’m hoping that, by spreading its availability, and by getting comments from people who might be interested, I can improve both my consistancy of posting and the quality of my posts. 

I will start initially with doing a transfer of the blogs from MySpace, so if you’ve met me there before, you might have already seen them.  Some of them are a little dated, so don’t mind them if they seem like old news. 

The blog also has an even more out-of-date podcast, which I intend to update soon, at http://wildvoice.com/TheLoneWulf.  As of now, they are mostly older blogs recorded. 
Unfortunately, it seems that the site, WildVoice.com, is no longer a podcasting site.  Shortly after I switched over to WordPress in April, the site closed its doors as a free-to-post podcasting site. 

In any case, I’m always open to topics of discussion.  If you think of anything of interest to speak on, feel free to drop me a note.

The Lone Wulf

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