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January 13, 2009

After I'd updated yesterday, a friend of mine commented that it was "yet another grocery list update". This is too true! My "blog" (as I jokingly refer to it) is more a changelog than a creative output, and this is for semi-conscious reasons (the pages themselves should be the real stars of the show).

A while ago I met (by E-mail) and befriended a man from Canada named David Smart, who runs Itinerarium Mentis, and he invited me to become a contributor to Aristophrenium, a newly-founded blog of his. That's a blog, a proper blog, and I want to try my hand at it. Notice that unlike most blogs (which are chronological and about events) and unlike my "blog" (which is a changelog and about my hobbies), Aristophrenium will be about ideas (or at least, that's my hope). It will be my creative output for writing, something more permanent than IRC (which is the bit bucket into which most of my writing is thrown).

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