Bring On the Fiber!

By Timothy R Butler | Posted at 6:07 AM

I need to write. I need some time free of distractions to write — and not to write something “practical,” but to see where the muses will take me. If it doesn't seem too strong of metaphor, I feel creatively constipated. I have ideas galore that need to be followed through on, but not the time and energy (at the same time) to do any of them. I need to get them out onto paper and see what can come of them. Even if they didn't accomplish anything, perhaps I'd at least be able to move on to better ideas.

I think I might try some experimentation here on asisaid for the moment. We'll see what happens.


Re: Bring On the Fiber!
Oh, please do! Find a way to let something else go. I don't have to enjoy it personally to find it valuable. Write it, Tim.
Posted by Ed Hurst - Nov 06, 2006 | 2:36 PM

Re: Bring On the Fiber!
Are you talking fiber optics? or metamucil! By the way, I noticed the verification at sakamuyo doesn't work - you know, the thing where you type in the random letters - HyRjP - to prevent autospammers.
Posted by Mike O - Nov 07, 2006 | 2:34 AM

Re: Bring On the Fiber!
Ed, thanks! I'm going to try, soon. Mike, the latter (metaphorically, of course, although I seem to recall it has a number of useful benefits beyond the obvious), although fiber optics can be quite creatively inspiring. I noticed the same with the verification. I had sent you a message about it, in fact, since I cannot reply to your posts, but it must have been lost. Are you still planning to get your own account? If so, I guess we don't need to worry about it. Otherwise, I'll try to figure out how to fix it.
Posted by Timothy R. Butler - Nov 08, 2006 | 12:39 AM

Re: Bring On the Fiber!
It might be good to fix it, even tho I'll start my own (native) blog. Others want to post to the others blogs.
Posted by Mike O - Nov 08, 2006 | 6:58 PM

Re: Bring On the Fiber!
Well, Mike, my thought was to probably disable the blogs altogether if you move (or only leave them up for historical purposes). TSN itself is pretty dead at the moment, although I figure there's no reason not to let it sit there incase it livens up or Kevin comes back. But, that's not set in stone. I guess I could see if it is a big deal to fix. I'm not even sure what blogware Kevin is using over there.
Posted by Timothy R. Butler - Nov 09, 2006 | 5:55 AM

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