Where Did the Weekend Go?

Holy crap was it busy this weekend.

Out all night on Friday, all day and night on Saturday, and half the day on Sunday.

That’s why everything today is late. Got off to a later start than planned. Apparently sleep is something that needs to happen more often.

So, there was no “behind the scenes” for Saturday’s vlog… because that whole thing was thrown together in five minutes on my phone and then uploaded. All in all, that took 40 minutes. Would have been half that if I hadn’t had to troubleshoot my home network, again. It may be time to get a new router. Or, at least, look into upgrading firmware on the existing one.

Today (Sunday), I woke up later than planned, didn’t quite have time to run all the errands I needed to before the car had to be returned, and then shot a longer than normal vlog… which, of course, also took longer to edit, export, upload, and launch.

The rest of this week is looking similarly busy. Horror films a few times after work, at least (need to make the most of that full fest pass I bought for Spooky Movie Film Festival). So, expect some more quick reviews of things I go and see.

Hopefully, at some point soon, I’ll get a little ahead and won’t feel so rushed with everything. I haven’t at all had time to figure out the details of getting other people involved via Google Hangouts or Skype. (At least not in the way I want it to look and feel.) Also haven’t had time to play with titles and music.

Anyway… here’s today’s vlog, a little piece about creating stuff and how, while we are not our art, our art is a reflection of who we are… and how one can change the other. (Hopefully for the better.) In part inspired by this webcomic.

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About Kier

I've been on the web since about 1994. I have a background in a lot of things, including a five year stint as a journalist and over a decade of helping people get their message out to the world.

I write on a number of subjects--everything from relationships to personal development to politics and every day life. I hope you get something worthwhile out of it.

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