This blog was initially intended to be a running blog to track my running experiences and anything related to the hobby, which was new in my favorite list of things in 2008.
I wanted it to be an anonymous blog, so I came up with a pseudonym that I thought no one would imagine would belong to me: Digital Dash. I wanted an alliteration for a name and Digital Dash happened to be the first to pop to my head when I thought about setting up a new blog. (Trust me, my name doesn’t start with a D. In fact, I don’t have the letter in my full name at all.)
But Google is almighty in cyberspace, and I am but a small dot. Hence, good-bye anonymity!
This blog has evolved from a running newbie’s blog to a personal webspot that also documents my ventures into biking, duathlon, travels and what-nots. I still prefer to blog privately in my Multiply site at times, though.
Most of the content here is public, so feel free to comment. I appreciate the remarks, feedback, tips and running advice. They’re helpful not only to me, but to anyone who drops by looking for information. 🙂