And the Rest of It is a blog about whatever by me, David Mikucki. I’m interested in a great many and I don’t like repeating myself, so I wanted a central place where I can explain things I’ve learned for anyone and everyone to enjoy. Because, again, I hate repeating myself.
You might be wondering about the name of the blog, that comes from when you have a list of big important things you want to make sure you mention, and then a bunch of miscellaneous things that aren't worth mentioning individually. So you say something like “etcetera,” or “and so on,” or “and the rest of it.” This blog is about the rest of the things on the universal list of things—the ones that aren’t quite as important.
You also might be wondering why this is Mark II. Well, this is the second iteration of the blog. The first one was old and had heart worms. It had to be put down. This is the new puppy version of the blog. It moves faster, yells at the mailman, and sometimes shreds your homework.
As for the creator, in no particular order: I’m a reformed Presbyterian Christian, a member of the RPCNA, a designer, web developer, app-maker, photographer, podcaster, husband, and beard-haver. I’ve never been fishing, and I’m not sure why people eat at Arby’s. If you want to learn more about me, I suggest reading my blog posts, since the best way to get to know someone is obviously to read their thoughts on German note-taking systems.
Oh, and one more thing: I don’t like repeating myself.