September 12, 2019

Last year I posted here daily for a month. It was a good experience.

Seth Godin advises everyone to blog every day. Since I’m on a break from my main writing project, and because it seems daunting, I’ve decided to try this again.

On the one hand, this seems like a perverse categorical imperative. Would it not lead to cacophony, to nonsense?

On the other hand, we already have that on the internet. And daily practice has a way of forcing one to improve. No one needs to read it.

I write every day privately (on paper and otherwise) anyway. Why not make part of it public?

Bryan Kam

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