I also liked his blog. Here's a sample:
"Have you heard about this thing called a car? It's completely amazing, and I can't wait to tell you all about it. So imagine a big metal box with a bunch of windows. Now put what I just said on top of four wheels that roll. Now imagine that you can climb inside the box and there's places to sit and look out the windows. (Inside there's also another wheel. It's different from the outside wheels, but I think they might somehow be connected.) Anyway, I'm not really sure how this car thing works, but somehow it moves, and you can use it to go just about anywhere. For the most part, you have to stay on these things called roads, but that doesn't end up being much of a limitation. I mean, some of these roads? They go across water. But I haven't told you the best of all best parts. Other people have cars. It's true. And they use them all the time (even at night!). In fact, right now, as we speak, people all over the world are just out there, in their cars, seeing new places and meeting new people and . . . .
Substitute internet stuff for the car stuff and this is how I've been sounding to people for the past two days. I know: it's genuinely embarrassing. But I can't stop. Even when people are telling me that I should be embarrassed. Even when people are saying, "Yes, Dennis. The internet is amazing. It's 2008. We know."