So begins nearly every beginning programming project. The first words that a person can actually make a computer say, or display, or print. As in...
10 Print "Hello World".
20 Goto 10.
Seriously. This violated every rule we would learn the next hour, and the next day, and the next semester, but it was the first baby-steps. It was something. No, it was SOMETHING! We did that. And it was cool.
So, now comes the next-gen version. Cross posting. Social network auto-posting to multiple outlets. Also known as the shotgun approach. Post everywhere and hope you hit something. Try this, then fix it before the next post. Maybe it will work. We'll see...
On behalf of myself, and all of us who are still trying to figure out who our audience is, where they are, what they read, how they read it, what we're trying to say, and how best to say it, I apologize. I apologize for the confusing rambling, the disjointedness, and specifically for you all being able to see the posting in multiple places and scratch your heads and wonder why the old people are trying to play on the kids' swingsets of technology.
All I can say is... Hello, World.