An Opening Letter from 77.66.

Dear Reader, For my blogging journey, I hope to journal and blog in parallel. From my limited 1-day experience, I find that they complement each other nicely: journaling incites ideas for my blog posts and vice versa. The following is a compilation of the thoughts I'm having while attempting to write a second paragraph: (1) Transitioning between different topics is difficult. Yet sometimes transitions are not necessary. Maybe schools teach the idea of transitioning between topics to train the skill in connecting disparate ideas together. (2) I know that beautiful pieces of writing are sculpted through several iterations, and that the first draft is just to get ideas on the page, but there's still something holding me back. Maybe it's the thought that the writing style I have now is the writing style that will be expected from me for the rest of my posts. No. Maybe it's just the fear of others judging me through me writing; the fear that others do not have an outlook of me that I want them to have;…


Intro: The Frosted Bubble

Hello, World! The Bubbul is a blogging site run by three friends, and we plan to post about all sorts of topics including food, finance, computer science, anime, philosophy, and random events in our lives. All three of us are close high school friends and are now students at different universities studying computer science, so our blog posts may tend to lean in that direction. I am the Frosted Bubble, and I will be using that name from now on whenever I post. I am a student in the UK, and my hobbies are gaming, guitar, coding, competitive programming, drawing, eating, cooking (sometimes), watching anime/manga/light novels, and badminton. I also read occasionally with a book club (at the pace of around 1 book every 1-2 months). Currently, I am trying to find new hobbies to immerse myself into. For games, I like Zelda BOTW, Smash Bros, Apex Legends, Nier Automata, and Runescape. I play other games too, but these are the ones I enjoy the most. My favorite anime are the Monogatari series, Code Geass,…


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