- maculategiraffe: Writing from the hips:
It just isn’t satisfying to write from the prefrontal cortex and cut the amygdala out of the action, and it isn’t natural, either; anybody who still bothers to write when nobody’s grading them on it (or paying them a decent ongoing hourly wage) is writing because they want something written, on a level as primal as an itch…
If the internet has taught us anything, it’s that enough people out there share your id-iosyncrasies that somebody else’s id would enjoy pretty much anything you chose to write.
[S. Meyer’s writing process elucidated in dialog between Id, Ego, and Superego. ‑L]
- seperis: variety is the spice of life:
There were eight blocks of cheese this one hot summre day, over a hundred slices per block. And I was Very Bored, Very Hot, and apparently, Not Very Well Supervised.
So I got creative.
Hence to the Cheese Arch Experiment.
Here’s something you may not know about the average slice of cheese…
18 Sep: author:seperis