I started my WordPress blog, just because I wanted to see how easy it would be to start one. The story is kind of long, so I’ll try not to bore you with all the details.
I was at the Fresno City College Library to the periodicals section. It was around the Fall 2013 school semester. That afternoon, I was excited about my newly discovered email program called ScatMail. I thought it was really cool how ScatMail was intended to be used help keep your anonymity. Well anyways, I Googled WordPress on one of the computers in the library and found out all it took to create a new account was an email address. Without giving it much thought, I signed up. When I then started a blog, wordpress.com randomly assigned a theme called the TwentyTwelve (2012) theme to me. As a longtime Google Sites user, I think the first thing I noticed while checking out my new WordPress account was how complicated it looked. I still have some things to learn about it.
That was about what it was like using WordPress to create a blog for the first time. I would like to try to explain what my blog is about but I really think that is yet to be decided. What I do know now is that many of the posts that I made have nothing to do with each other. And a lot of them are definitely missing some explanation.
I’ll start somewhere. The name: thisisfresyes is a phrase; the phrase is “This is FresYes.” FresYes is somewhat of a play on words, instead of FresNo. I live in Fresno, California. My early posts tend to mention Kindle Fire, Aplia, and Fresno City College. I had a lot to say [ahem, copy and paste] about Amazon Kindle Fire because I was so excited about the Kindle Fire tablet that I got for Christmas 2012. It was from my very awesome brother. Aplia is a homework program we used in the Microeconomics class I took at Fresno City College in the Fall 2013 school semester. These memories are coming back to me now. Some of my posts which have the abbreviation usd [which stands for United States Dollar by the way] are just emails I got from my microeconomics professor. Some of the other posts that mention “fresno” are just emails I got from people at Fresno City College, including people at the Student Activities center and the CEO [collegiate entrepreneurs organization] club. Those are the posts I wanted to explain.
I’m not making any promises, but I’ll work on not being so mysterious. I’ll work on explaining what I mean.
Berhe Gebre, Debrezion