Sunday, October 27, 2019
Yesterday I set forth a scheme for writing a lot of blogposts in a short time for a long trip. The scheme, or theme, or rule was: Only one sentence per post.
It took three hours to write the first one. It just went on and on. It was long and packed with confusing commas. I kept having to figure out where I was in it and how not to stop. Plus, I like sentences. I love them! Look, here's one. Here's another! Sentences are like breathing. It's way easier to do them regularly than to do one big one for a long time.
Hemingway knows. So does Michael Phelps.
So I have a new theme. It's to write as many sentences as I want!
No, that can't be right. Isn't that just regular blogging?
I guess I can try that. Not that there's much of a market for it.
Ah well, someone's gotta put these Easter eggs into the Internet. Might as well be me.
Posted by Feldenstein Calypso at 6:30 AM
Labels: Internetland, quotable, rok, writing
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment
If you were wondering, yes, you should comment. Not only does it remind me that I must write in intelligible English because someone is actually reading what I write, but it is also a pleasure for me since I am interested in anything you have to say.
I respond to pretty much every comment. It's like a free personalized blog post!
One last detail: If you are commenting on a post more than two weeks old I have to go in and approve it. It's sort of a spam protection device. Also, rarely, a comment will go to spam on its own. Give either of those a day or two and your comment will show up on the blog.