Brainstorming ideas in a 3x3x3 prewrite for an upcoming punk-themed contest.
Lately I’ve been editing more, considering the accessibility of my writing, trying to simplify. This is why I haven’t posted updates about new content every day, as I did before. I may switch to just documenting my updates weekly; that’ll be much more manageable, and give me space to consistently reflect on successes and failures … Read moreAugust Projects
Yesterday’s postponed goals still aren’t complete. 😶 But I wrote a lot on Wattpad today? “Creation Myth” for Emergence No. 7 (also acts as Prologue Header) “E’Ruin Code 3.6.9” for Emergence No. 7 (also acts as Part One Header) “Four, Five, & Six” for Emergence No. 7 (also acts as Part Two Header) 4K outline of … Read moreWattpad Updates
Quick note of goals I’d like to chunk out and accomplish in coming months… June Aggressively building content. I’m a little behind on these ideals, but that’s fine, since I’ve still been churning 2K-3K words a day; I just need to find a way to stabilize that word count into: 1 blog post a day, … Read moreBlogosphere Improvements
Lately I’ve tried to give my intuition more agency. While slices of our society argue gut reactions are more of a primal response,—and therefore, inferior to the rationale of an intellectual, mammalian-brain response—lately I’ve questioned the validity of this point of view; I’m uncertain if evolution intended for us to abandon our reptilian, unconscious responses … Read more3×3 Blogosphere Formula
I use formulas for my writing. Once I find a healthy formula, I stretch it around, changing a variable here; doubling a variable there. Think of it like wrapping your hands in tight gloves, then wriggling your fingers—looking for the tension in the fabric. This is what my brain likes to do. While this is … Read moreFormulaic Writing
@40:13, “How much do you think sci-fi influences science?” Quite a lot, actually… Even now, I think there’s something similar about them; because they’re both about imagination… it’s about letting your mind wander, distant worlds, subatomic realms… I still love science fiction. The science fiction readers of today become the scientists of tomorrow. The scientists … Read moreDoes Sci-fi Inspire Science? Or Science Inspire Sci-fi?
Chase and are getting married this year. We plan on having kids after that. We’re already buying the occasional children’s book. 🤖 Now let’s talk about artificial intelligence! Sometimes I watch the Roomba, grateful for AI. Then I see it hover over a spot on the ground for a too-long time, and I tense up. … Read moreAI in the 2018 Budding Family Household
I have all these tabs everywhere, New Yorker articles I can’t access, places I’ve yet to see. So I wanted to clump them all up for future reference. Also, I’m having a rough one with my family today, and listing is always calming. 10 Wikipedia Articles Mariana Trench Geomagnetic Reversal Challenger Deep KGB Nationalism Mass Hysteria Apocalypticism … Read more25 Articles to Explore
The following post is a free write. I will be documenting as many ideas as possible in five minutes. This bucket list isn’t limited to real-life experiences; in some cases, it may be better to explore the dream through the safety of a fictional character. publish a poetry collection publish a novel publish a novella … Read more35 Buckets to Kick