Holding pattern




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Is it too early to give up on the “post every day in 2008” project? We’re only four days into this new year, and I already feel I’m miles behind in every facet of life.

One thing I can say is this: I will limit the number of posts I write like this one, which pretty much say only “I have nothing new to say.”


4 replies on “Holding pattern”

  1. I thought about doing that also but since the one night I had a couple of beverages I didn’t post until after midnight but I was still awake. I guess I *COULD* change the timestamp but that’s cheating.

    wait, what was I saying again?

    cheers!

  2. I am purposely not trying to attempt such a task. Because I know myself and I know that I don’t always have something to say. I certainly wish I did have enough content to update everyday. Maybe when I have more interesting endeavors happening. Like when I retire and travel constantly.

  3. Father Spoon: I really enjoyed the November post-a-day challenge, as you know, and getting at least something small on the web before midnight each day was part of the game. I may have cheated once, but only by a few minutes, and the post would have actually been written but there would have been some outside delay. Anyway, it’s not for a record but just for fun, so if a couple of posts come in after midnight I won’t cry.

    Christina: I wonder if unreasonable goals are sometimes more entertaining than reasonable ones, and therefore easier to focus on.

    Norm: Part of this experiment is finding the lower bound of interesting. For example, on this tiny post that said so little, three people commented within 24 hours. That’s a bigger response than I get on long posts that take over an hour to write. Counter-intuitive, no?

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