Monday, 24 February 2020

10 years of The PAP DX Blog

On my previous post I was talking about a decade: The 1910's. On this one I am going to talk about another decade that started a month later: The 10 years of The PAP DX Blog.
When it started, it was written in Greek, inspired by a couple of other blogs I was following at the time, one of which had a new way of looking at concerts and the people one meets there. So I decided to write about concerts myself since I go to several of them during the year, including a few abroad. In this way I could have a blog about both concerts and travel.
A couple of years into this blog's lifetime, my friends from social media who are mainly from other countries decided they wanted to be able to read my blog as well, especially when I reviewed Bruce Springsteen's album "Wrecking Ball". So from 2013 onwards I switched to English.
My second ever post was a summary of all the concerts I had been to in 2009, the year in which I have probably attended the largest number of gigs ever. Some of the photos in that post are no longer available since they were stored in ImageShack and not in Blogger. Some of the videos are no longer accessible since they were embedded in a different way. Very soon I will recreate that post, in English this time, with photos and videos reposted. In the meantime I will continue another task I have already started, which is featuring the gigs I attended 10 (or more) years ago and were not featured in the blog in English or were not featured at all.
I will leave you for the moment with the first photo ever posted on this blog. A snapshot of footwear inside the London Underground, which was inspired by "That Girl Needs Therapy", a blog by Gogonutsss which was my original inspiration (That girl eventually got married).
And by the way... Greetings Yo!Reeka and Ephee... wherever you are...

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