Seasonal Chaos
Blogs vs. Social Media

Skimming Stones

Alas, since I am only two thirds through the manuscript of Chaos Ethics, I'm not going to be able to commit to resuming blogging this month in the manner to which I have become accustomed - namely, writing short essays on various topics that interest me. Since I don't want to stop blogging, I'm going to try and return to a form of blogging closer to what I used to do in the early days - writing more stream-of-consciousness pieces, possibly even writing content on the day I post it (instead of scheduling in advance). Instead of building little sandcastles, I'm going to have to switch to skimming stones for a while. You're more than welcome to skim them with me!


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Oh, good. I much preferred the blog when it was somewhere I felt I could join in the discussion rather than admiring the finished works.

Peter: Yeah, I'm aware that as the blog moved towards more crafted pieces, I also effectively shut out discussions - and that was a loss that I felt, but at the same time I felt a strange pressure towards the crafted pieces, and still do. See also the next post. :)

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