I can’t believe I’ve made 200 of these. One of the things I haven’t yet thought about, is how do I know when I’m done?
After 4 years and nearly 200 podcast episodes, here’s 10 tips for creating online in 2022
One band is a collective endeavour, two bands make a scene.
With everything going on in the world over the last few years it has felt selfish to work on creative the things that I feel matter to me.
This is by no means a world shattering observation. But have over 50 things on my list of things to do means that I’m not finishing anything.
2021 has been a terrible year, far worse than 2020. There is no point in dwelling on it. The next year will unfold from the last.
The work of body one leaves behind after action, is not left behind in the past. It is a nest of materials that one unfolds into the future from within.
If you think that you see any kind of light at the end of the tunnel at all, you are mistaken.
4 years, 150 Episodes, 12.5hrs of audio, 9 Video Episodes and 160,000+ words of script. ‘Number goes up’ gives you a nice feeling. But the more energy spent caring about stats, the more numbers became a source of personal validation.
I’ve spent most of my week either; inside, thinking about or writing about the 1990’s era MMO/ metaverse game Active Worlds.
Create something every week. Maybe I made an episode about repetition and rhythm in the end anyway?
My plan is for the next week to reduce the amount of words I consume via a screen radically.
Maybe ideas don’t come fully formed, instead they are a sequence of ideas that pour out of you one after another in a cascading instant.
My creative process currently feels like the frantic workings of a complicated watch mechanism.
A nice round number seemed like a good time to review. I discuss how the show has evolved, workflow, stats, “Perfectionism is the voice of the oppressor”.
I’ve always kept time sheets. A behaviour/habit that I got into at work over a decade ago.