Cogito Ergo Gone

For those who care, Cogito Ergo Blog is no more. Tricia and I are consolidating our collective efforts into a family website. There is still a good bit of work to do (for instance, the archive by author doesn’t work yet), but I wanted to go ahead and publish the new site so I would be motivated to finish it.

The color scheme and formatting will probably change several times in the coming weeks… and we need a name! Any ideas? We’ve been over a bunch of clever plays on the word “Horne”, but to be honest, they aren’t very clever.

12 Comments

  1. Valerie
    Sep 19, 2002

    No creative ideas at this hour of the morning, but thumbs-up to the new layout!

  2. Paul Baxter
    Sep 19, 2002

    Horatio Horneblogger???

  3. Rollin
    Sep 19, 2002

    FogHorne LegHorne?
    Cape Horne?
    Horne of Gondor?
    Little Big Horne?
    Horne Ensemble?
    I would suggest French Hornes, but I don’t know your geneology…

    Ok, ok, I’ll stop now.

  4. Jay
    Sep 19, 2002

    Wow! That is incredible, Paul. My wife and I actually watched those Hornblower videos (A&E? PBS?) a year or two ago… I had read most of the books in my youth.

  5. dawn
    Sep 20, 2002

    This looks great! Good job!

  6. Mom
    Sep 20, 2002

    Horatio Horneblogger is hilarious!

    Another idea is Cornucopia–Horne of Plenty, though that might fit Mark better. ;)

  7. jennifer
    Sep 22, 2002

    Jay,
    The page is looking good!
    But I am actually writing to ask if you have done something to disable greymatter that I was using on Jenn’s Blog. I know you and Mark use Movable Type, but I didn’t want to have to learn something new. Let me know. Thanks.

  8. Jay
    Sep 24, 2002

    It’s still there… but I may have deleted the web page that linked it for you when I was doing a bit of cleanup. Try: http://www.hornes.org/jennsblog/

  9. jennifer
    Sep 24, 2002

    Thanks. I’ll try it.

  10. Adri@n
    Sep 25, 2002

    Could you base it on:

    1 Samuel 2:1
    Then Hannah prayed and said: “My heart rejoices in the LORD ; in the LORD my horn [ 2:1 [ Horn ] here symbolizes strength; also in verse 10. ] is lifted high. My mouth boasts over my enemies, for I delight in your deliverance.

    2 Samuel 22:3
    my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn [ 22:3 [ Horn ] here symbolizes strength. ] of my salvation. He is my stronghold, my refuge and my savior- from violent men you save me.

    Psalm 75:10
    I will cut off the horns of all the wicked, but the horns of the righteous will be lifted up.

    Psalm 89:24
    My faithful love will be with him, and through my name his horn [ 89:24 [ Horn ] here symbolizes strength. ] will be exalted.

    Ezekiel 29:21
    “On that day I will make a horn [ 29:21 [ Horn ] here symbolizes strength. ] grow for the house of Israel, and I will open your mouth among them. Then they will know that I am the LORD .”

    …adg

  11. Valerie
    Sep 27, 2002

    A few more ideas:

    “Tooting Our Own Hornes”
    “The Hornes Section”
    “Unique Hornes” (say it fast)
    “Horne Net: What’s The Buzz”
    “Horne Net’s Nest”
    “Hornesbloggled” (as opposed to hornswoggled)

  12. Jay
    Sep 30, 2002

    Thanks for all the great ideas, everyone. Nothing like the combination of creativity and cheese…

    Tricia and I will hopefully be moving on a name change shortly.