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Let it be written

Post by dorajar » Thu Feb 05, 2009 9:01 am

"Notebooks have embodied the idea that we put bits of our lies and our thinking into print not only to produce compositions, but also because we do not want to walk around unwritten. Such writing changes our living" --Calkins, 1991

Do you write? Keep a journal/blog/someplace to record your thoughts and experiences? Has the way or frequency that you write changed at all over the years?

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Post by praecorloth » Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:36 pm

I gots my dead-tree journal and I've got my Live Journal. Though my Live Journal varies so much in content, I was thinking about starting up a more professional blog somewhere else I could talk about stuff that's of more interest to other people. I just haven't figured out if that's going to be politics in general or just be another Microsoft-crushing blog.

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