This quote is so true that it is probably why I don’t have a blog in my blog. I probably should have done that from the start and let the blog world know about this great quote.
I do have a blog, but it’s kind of a hobby blog. It’s not meant to be a full-fledged publication, but I do write a few posts every once in a while. I started it on a whim two years ago, for the fun of it, but since then it has become a serious blog with a lot of readers. Some of them are regular commenters here and there, but it still is the blog that I enjoy reading on a daily basis.
Schmid’s Law is a law that states that a random event occurring at any time in the future is a (currently unknown) constant probability event. This is a result of the fact that you can not predict the outcome of any event before it occurs. (This was once known as the law of compound interest, but that’s not quite right. There are still some instances of compound interest, but they are rarer and are the equivalent of compound interest in my opinion.