During my extended blogging hiatus, I have made a respectable amount of changes to The Ominous Comma, which itself was already more than a bit confusing due to its ever-mutating format and overall lack of purpose. So to help alleviate the inevitable head-scratching, soul-searching, and general hyphen-proliferation, here are some Frequently Asked Questions along with Conveniently Anticipated Answers to aid us all in this time of transition:
This is The Ominous Comma, former humor blog, now all around web publication at large.
That would be your author, Brent Diggs.
A man of wisdom and distinction, Diggs not only writes the much-beloved Ominous Comma but has also been known to make flattering statements about himself in the third person.
For the first 18 months of its existence, The Ominous Comma was a self-proclaimed “humor blog,” specializing in surrealistic quasi-fictional accounts of current events, satire, and random fictional characters. That takes a little getting used to.
Well even though I have shifted format to a somewhat more serious focus, I am after all still me.
Yes, I have been know to act, and sing, and attempt dance as Ruckford MacMullit with the band/comedy troop DangerCouch.
This is the thesis theme by Chris Pearson which is available for purchase through DIY themes. It is the first theme that I have paid money for, but considering the wealth of upgrade, customization and pure design education support it includes, it is well worth the investment.
That would be my friend Dan Baker, who besides being director and co-writer of our many DangerCouch video adventures, is a web and print designer of great talent. Visit him at Green Beetle Studio.
This site is home to many colorful characters, some kind, some obnoxious, many not technically “alive.” Below is a guide to the Comma’s most frequently mentioned residents:
Here are some site resources that may interest you:
If you have any questions unanswered by this rhetorical device please contact me here.