Two in particular come to mind: whither blogging after #sol17 and navigating chaos
...aka information wrangling (which includes putting it to work). With two working eyes at my disposal, I've been trying to catch up with correspondence, curation, social media and other writing. It's hard to think about the former while whacking my way through through the overgrowth of the latter. You'd think that being retired, I'd have all the time for whatever and then some, but that's not the way it works.
Today I posted to two academic labor/advocacy pages, two different Facebook community pages (Yuma Colorado and Mountainair NM) as well as to my timeline (personal space, my digital sala de estar) where friends and family drop by, and wrote for myself on 750 Words -- in addition to this ramble. After posting this to the Day 27, I'm off to read and comment -- not just #sol17 ones, as well as check five twitter streams and at least as many topics
This is where whither and how meet up -- or collide. How do I effectively keep on/up with what I care most about and most interests me -- an ever changing, curiosity driven flow that moves around a number of fixed constants.
My quest is for a pattern that lets me connect them, hold changing streams and constants together.
|photo by Scott Bauer [CC 2.0]|
During the month of March, a TWT slice icon tops my blog sidebar and usually another, sometimes unofficial one here -- tonight, the thumbnail of a USDA photo of citrus fruit slices on a Light table...because they are slices and I like the picture
Now read how the others sliced it up their Sunday on day 27 of the 10th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge