This edition of Random Edge-ucation will mark the first since the creation of the new sister blog to Notes from the Edge - "Collateral Damn-edge". Random Edge-ucation was created to discuss all things Edgy; therefore, I will be linking all future editions to "Collateral Damn-Edge" from this date forward.
The big news for all things Edgy is the creation of my new Blog "Collateral Damn-Egde". My
post The Edge of Creativity identifies the thinking and intention behind this new medium and has been posted on both Blogs."Collateral Damn-Edge" is for the more creative side of the Edge. Here I will post fictional writing and discuss topics that are too Edgy for "Notes from the Edge".
Collateral Damn-edge is loaded with double meaning and plays on words. The term Collateral Damage is damage to things that are incidental to the intended target. It is frequently used as a military term where it can refer to the incidental destruction of civilian property and innocent bystanders. It is the unintended consequences of our actions. In this case it refers specifically the consequences of that Damn Edge!
It is my intention to have fun with this Blog and Collateral Damage will hopefully be limited to the guilty bystanders.
In the spirit of Collateral Damn-Edge I have chosen one of my favorite Edgy Movie Clips as a bonus feature to this weeks edition of Random Edge-ucation.
Site Visits and Comments
I want to thank everyone who is contributing with their comments. Comments are really what bring a Blog to life and any thoughts you have on content is of great value. In some cases I may post your comments on both Blogs where appropriate.I am not sure what the impact of splitting my content up between two blogs will be on my Traffic - but really who cares. It would be great if my Blog was wildly popular and had a large following but that's not what this is about. We have managed to establish a small community of Humans that are trying to do "the next right thing". We have over 100 regular views on days that I post. Viewers seem to come from every corner of the world.
I count this as a great success.
Respectfully, from the Edge.