Re: [-empyre-] Fill the Void (-empyre- 15)
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- Subject: Re: [-empyre-] Fill the Void (-empyre- 15)
- From: Chris Ashley <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 14:53:59 -0700 (PDT)
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--- rich white <email@example.com> wrote:
> nice to see you back chris
Thanks, Rich. Let's see how long I stick around.
> questions to all panelists (if you are there?):
> do you feel anxious if you are not blogging (in
> chris's case posting a
> drawing a day)?
> do you find that blogging compels you to work, or is
> your compulsion to
> work facilitated by the blog?
Weblogging compels me to work. I've made a commitment
to myself. I have a policy of a post a day. It's
just something I need to be productive. I know how
skipping a day leads to two or three and before you
know it you've gained fifteen pounds and can't run
around the block anymore. I think you know what I
I was annoyed that the place where I was at over the
weekend, which normally has wireless, wasn't working
right. This is out in the country where the internet
connection is by a repeater (or whateever you call it)
aimed at antenna across canyons from ridge to ridge.
Once I realized I wouldn't have access I let go of it
for a couple of days. The point was to get away
anyway, so, whatever. Not anxious, no, just annoyed
I make an HTML drawing everyday, but I also draw some
everyday on paper, paint, play my guitar, talk to my
wife, brush my teeth, wash dishes, take a shower,
blah, blah, blah- there's a lot one does everyday.
Why is doing something in one's weblog everyday seen
as a weird kind of devotion?
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