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a national sport

a pain no gain stood in a queue in the rain waiting to complain seems insane but a common refrain again and again no truth at the voting booth disillusioned age and angry youth two sides of a page stuck in a kind of truce we do things a little different not so much bluster… Read More a national sport

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Friday

Some weeks you burn through. And you feel in some ways you get little done you were aiming for. I am not sure about this week, because there were some targets met, but there were a few missed. It seems to split evenly between admin and site creation and actual writing at the moment. What… Read More Friday

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Sunday

Sunday is a good day for television. American Gods hits with a new episode, and then later on it’s Twin Peaks. It’s going to be interesting to see how the whole thing with Agent Cooper’s distributed consciousness body situation resolves itself … it’s one aspect I’d like to see resolved fairly soon. I’m sure the pay… Read More Sunday

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Thursday

I talk about it a lot, and for those few who follow me around, wherever that may lead them … and I know there are a few – the notion that I have a lot of irons in the fie is not something new. Sometimes I will name a project and let it slip into… Read More Thursday

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Monday / Tuesday

It can give you pause for thought – the way in which your argument is shut down. There is an assumption, or rather an accusation levelled at you about your emotional state, your rationality, your intellect, and at base your entire education. The thing is, no questions have been asked, and no effort has been… Read More Monday / Tuesday

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Sunday

I’ve been frankly shit at keeping this rolling on a regular basis, but perhaps the sporadic nature of the entries serves as its own commentary. I have been on a Preacher marathon today – watching pretty much the whole first season – I may let the last episode slide until tomorrow. I like Hulu. I… Read More Sunday

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Monday

Today I was digging around inside Medium for my company and created a magazine page for it, so I am probably going to find some way to work that into my own raft of projects. I have had a few magazine ideas kicking around for a while, and I have been looking at POD companies… Read More Monday

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Sunday

I started writing a novel yesterday called Protean Elegaic, and a book called Poet Ran, and I put them both behind the Patreon pay wall as an incentive for people to become patrons. It may be a slow burn. It is not the easiest site for me to navigate, in terms of do this and… Read More Sunday

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Monday

Engineering time is always the difficult thing, right? Not as easy as the science fiction stories of those tinkering with time make it out to be. But – and here’s the thing, there are tools that can get you prompted and sat down in the chair writing away. I did write some things – I… Read More Monday

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Saturday

Eat the best food and do the best shit. Sorry, I mean read the best shit and write the best shit. A diet of solipsism leads to an opus of onanism. Or somesuch. Ever look at the pallet you are painting with and think that colours have greyed out a little over time? Well, they… Read More Saturday