I’m about to test a new gadget called a blogging helmet, which allows you to blog in your sleep. Curiously, it’s made from plastic and has many small holes either for ventilation or straining spaghetti. Setting it up was very simple. I just hooked up to my computer using the USB cable and ran the included software to have it capture my innermost thoughts to a blog post during the night. In the morning there should be a rough draft of the post for me to edit for clarity, profanity and grammar. The helmet is a bit clunky and uncomfortable but I’m willing to try it out anyway. Here goes.
Where am I? Is this thing on? Is the software running? I hope so. I seem to be in some dark, dimly lit hallway. It seems to go on forever. Wait a minute, to my right seems to be another hallway just around the corner. I’m turning the corner and surprise, another very long hallway. What’s this? It looks like there’s something up ahead but it’s too far away to see what it is. I might as well go this way. I think I hear something. Or is it just my imagination? Oh wait, this IS my imagination. Okay, I can hear it now. It’s getting louder, like footsteps. Now it sounds like it’s coming from behind. What IS that? I turn around to see a BOUNCING PINK TENNIS BALL AAAAARRRGGGGHHHHHHHH
Maybe the world’s not ready for a blogging helmet. On the other hand, it does a wonderful job straining spaghetti.