I’ve written plenty of stuff I have no interest in continuing working on.
Rather than delete it, I’ll publish it here as text files, eventually. Even for published works – those will be the first drafts.
It’ll be fun.
- Quick Builds: Etching Water Bottle – Never finished this and by the time I returned to it, my writing style had improved, and I wasn’t as concerned about building stuff like this. Originally, I wasn’t sure what I wanted this website to be, didn’t know I’d be writing fiction or long-form content, so I just wrote about stuff like going to thrift stores or building stuff.
- SIGJ – Rough drafts, with about 43 revisions. I moved this over to the main site, and since I’ve drifted away from game development, I have no intention of doing anything with the in-between drafts that might only edit a word or two between auto-saves. I like, though, that these two drafts show what I could write over the course of a brain-blast of a weekend.
- [Book Review] In the Absence of the Sacred – “In the Absence of the Sacred was a pivotal book I read 10 years ago about how we’ve been uncritically adopting technology. We only see its good. GPS can facilitate our every driving need, yet we’ve sacrificed the journey, getting lost, asking for directions from others, and the adventure that comes from as I phrase it: “getting lost and then finding yourself.” I easily read that book in college. Now?” [July 20th, 2017 6:02am] I lost my gust of wind with this review and shelved it.
- Daredevil, season 1, review – [December 15th, 2016, at 5:28am] I never finished watching this show and if I were to do something like this style of review, where I take the 500-word word count and split it equally among each episode to summarize each episode’s premise/value, I’d have to redo it and rewatch it. Not too interested in that.
- NES Classic preview – [November 11th, 2016 at 6:11pm] This was an example of my early experiments with this website before I found a good rhythm with writing about what I write about now, I was just trying overly ambitious stuff because I didn’t know what I wanted to focus my time on. I never finished this mainly because I couldn’t find a NES Classic, and by the time I did, I didn’t want it anymore.