Question 22: What is the meaning behind your blog name?

My blog is called SplitBreakFracture and this one is called BehindSplitBreakFracture.

This one is simple, it’s the blog behind SplitBreakFracture, a more personal account of what I do behind the scenes.

SplitBreakFracture comes from my love of wanting to know how things work. Ever since I was a kid I remember and being told I wanted to know how things work and some of the things I did. I took apart a VCR when I was five and then put it back together again. I took a PS One apart when I was about ten and put it back together again. I couldn’t tell how they worked on circuits at the time, I could see how little things worked, things like gears, clips, levers, etc.

The name comes from taking things apart. It’s more forceful and sounds more like I’m breaking something rather than taking it apart so I can put it back together again. I liked the name though as it sounded cool.

A simple meaning behind the name.

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3 comments

  1. Renard Moreau · July 22

    [ Smiles ] You really caught my attention with this title of yours.

    You were probably one very smart kid; taking things apart and putting them back together takes skill.

    Here is something for you to figure out: “The anatomy of an epic blog post!”

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    • Thank you for your comment.

      I’m not smart though, wish I was.

      That sounds like a cool post, figuring out what makes a blog post epic :). I will try and write that out this week.

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      • Renard Moreau · July 24

        [ Smiles ] Great! That is something for me to look forward to!

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