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November 01, 2003

My river doth overfloweth

As usual, the reason I haven't been posting much isn't that I haven't been doing anything. Actually, there are a lot of reasons I didn't end up posting many entries here last month, but they're not worth writing about really. I've mostly just been doing pretty boring stuff. I've got a huge backlog of dictated sound files, and I've been typing some of those in. I've got a few hundred e-mails that have piled up in my inbox over the past few months, and I've been trying to whittle that down while keeping on top of the incoming flow. To be honest, that battle is bringing less-than-stupendous results. I've had about 2/3 of my e-mail subscriptions filtered automatically into storage for a while now. Not counting those, I get around 1000 e-mails a day. Around 900-950 of those are spam usually. I'm trying out a new spam filter which seems to catch close to half of those, so I'm finding a little relief there, but generally my inbox has had a net growth of 5-20 e-mails by the close of each day lately.

So if you've written to me and haven't heard back, that's why. :-{

Overall, I'm trying to switch from consumption to output. Less reading, more writing. I've got a bad habit of devouring as much new information as I can, constantly -- to the point where it keeps me from getting around to putting that information to productive use. I tend to take "you learn something new every day" quite literally -- too literally. To me, it's more of a mantra than a cliché. And it's catching up with me.

I think that's my whole entry. Not much of an entry, I guess, but it's a start.

By the way, I just posted a handful of action items at E-actions for freedom recently, and almost 115 entries at the Little Brown Reader in October -- so if you're hungry for more, I've got you covered.

Posted by Lance Brown at November 1, 2003 11:59 PM | TrackBack
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