I've been debating for sometime what to do with this blog space. I used to write on a blog with my dear colleague, Mysti Rudd, a weird side-by-side writing space we called Mirror Prose, swallowed up by a server accident. Before that, long before that, in the wild first days of Web 2.0, I had a Live Journal. Just did a search and was pleasantly surprised to find that site still exists, though my corner of it has met oblivion. I haven't kept a blog up in some time time, though.
Today, none other than the wild-bearded, brilliant Warren Ellis inspired me to begin again. I subscribe to his newsletter (and if you enjoy the weird ramblings of the uber-creative, you should too). In it, he frequently posts to his own blog-like-thing, Morning, Computer. He makes himself write a bit each morning, freestyle. Today, reading it reminded me that my little Live Journal was called "Never a Day Without a Line."
So, while I'd love to eventually makes this space dedicated to a specific purpose, be organized and professional and impressive, in the meantime, it'll be my own version of Mr. Ellis's experiment: Morning, Laptop. I'm just going to write a bit each morning, over my bowl of coffee. We'll see where it leads me.