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    Mornings really aren’t my thing, so anything that requires effort before I even crawl out of bed just isn’t going to happen.

    I am working toward establishing a couple of rituals, though. One is to do at least one cooking experiment every weekend. I’m currently fascinated by texture manipulation, and that’s not something you can do stream-of-conscious.

    Another is to go through my list of software ideas and get at least one a month to a state I can contribute to an open source community.

    My rituals are meant to keep me inspired, but they take more equipment than a pen and a notepad. Typical guy, right?
    .-= Charles Robinson´s last blog ..Notes 8.5.1 – All Documents shows Folders! =-.

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  2. Kat
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    Typical. 🙂

    I’ve got some additional rituals, but they’re not fit for web consumption…

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  3. Kat
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    Typical. 🙂

    I've got some additional rituals, but they're not fit for web consumption…

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    It may sound trite but I don’t write
    in the morning or at night
    to find the truth or find the light.

    I don’t compose, as some suppose,
    to afford some better clothes.
    It’s not for that that I pen prose.

    I do not choose a time of day
    to employ the artist’s way
    or to dream I’m more than clay.

    I write so I won’t turn to dust
    or desiccate down into dust.
    You have to take my word on trust.
    I do not write for love or lust.
    I write because I must.
    .-= Bill´s last blog ..Our reporter is on the ground =-.

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