Writing things on the internet

I always come back to writing things on the internet.  I think I’ve been at it since about 2002 in the days of LiveJournal, and I’ve migrated through a number of platforms since then.  I guess I’m just one of those people who thinks on paper (or on electrons) and once written it seems silly not to post it somewhere public.  That said I tend to get quite antsy if people want to start internet fights over what I’ve written or argue with me.  Once it’s down on the screen it’s out of my brain and I’m done.  I very rarely have an in interest in contesting my positions, especially when I feel like I’ve made myself clear.  I know this isn’t very scientific or enlightenment-minded of me, but there you have it.

 
I guess this is a long-winded way of saying – there may be posts. Feel free to block, unsubscribe, or ignore.  I won’t be offended, as this is mostly for my benefit.

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One thought on “Writing things on the internet

  1. Rosemary Sherwin

    It’s tantamount to keeping a journal, but in this case the audience is not just you. Reflection is important for all of us. It allows clarity in judgement.

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