Jackie and I scouted a possible bicycling route that Steven and Lucy could take from the Days Inn to our apartment.
My brother has been paying close attention to Find the Lost Ring, because of the way Esperanto is figuring in the game.
At his urging, I took the quiz, which showed me as “sofia.” The flash dohicky the provided to show it on the blog, though, messed up my page, so I took it down.
I’m taking my own photography more seriously, simply because it matters more. More people see my pictures—and a really good picture can bring traffic to a post.
I’m taking the creative commons more seriously, because it’s provided me with a number of cool pictures for posts where I didn’t have a picture of my own to use.
[Updated 2019-08-19 to add: I’m now hosting my photos myself at images.philipbrewer.net.]
The posts after this are mostly old news—a side-effect of using a blogging tool as a site-management tool. I think it’ll be fine going forward, but getting the site set up entailed creating a flurry of posts to get all the old stuff into the right categories.
If I’d known what a distraction it would turn out to be, I’d probably have left the old site up for a while longer. I think there was only one day that I didn’t get anything done on the novel, but I there was nearly a week there when I was spending at least as much time on the website.
Still, it’s good to have a functional website again.
I’ve got a blog in Esperanto at the Esperanto-USA site: pbrewer’s blog.
My new Esperanto-language homepage is just about ready. It’ll be here: Philip BREWER.
I wrote an article about story structure that was published in Speculations (now sadly defunct). The article was Story Structure in Short Stories.
While I was at Clarion, I wrote a little essay on Where you won’t get critiques, and how not to use them.