As the above flyer shows, So It Goes was the name of the Granada produced music magazine series fronted by a hero of mine, Tony Wilson in the late 70s
Wilson came up with the title as a reference and homage to Kurt Vonnegut's cult classic Slaughterhouse Five, which uses the phrase as a refrain whenever death or mortality occurs in the story. It appears 179 times in the novel, fact fans!
It's not my intention though to be gloomy. Personally, I just like the transitory nature and conversational tone the phrase suggests. As my blog has never truly been about one thing - encompassing everything from film and book reviews to music and pretty pictures (d'aww) - it seems to rather fit the constant change that occurs from post to post.
Do let me know what you think, or if you prefer the original title.