The Office Introductory Post I’ve talked about writing this post for what feels like months. It has likely only been about two months at the most. I am not writing this post as an explanation to justify my choice to rent an office—which is really just a room in an office building—or to portray myself in a way that doesn't reflect reality, or in order to gain favor with whatever your feelings are towards me. I write this post to share my thoughts about going into such an endeavor and to hint at what that general endeavor is. I write this, in part, because that is what this feature to my blog is about, and I’m excited about this change within my life. I’m hoping it’s a big step in the direction I want to go. When it comes down to it, I am renting an office to have a place outside of my house to work in peace and quiet. I tried the library once, and it wasn’t as quiet or peaceful as I thought it would be. I don’t have any interest in hanging out at a coffee shop, as I don’t thi
EXPLAIN! EXPLAIN! EXPLAIN! THE NOT SO DAILY DUMP is an idea that came along simultaneously with the name. For the record, it really isn't a reference to a daily bathroom habit, pooping. Me being me and you being you means we will giggle at this, because it is childishly funny. (But only briefly, because, if we giggle too long, it might get weird.) What the name actually refers to is a dumping of accumulated information. I could have replaced dump with download or some other trendy, slick word, but I went with dump. It IS funny. It DOES have a double meaning, even if unintended. The "not so" part of the name is probably what you think it means. Will it be daily? Hell no. I've got no time for that. Will there be some kind of schedule it will be on? No to that as well, minus the hell. So why the name? What does it mean? I'm getting to that. The concept behind this is as follows. Posts with this title and number (in a series) will consist of multi
I have recently released a new 6 song EP for my music project, Mess of it ALL, entitled, The Depth of Layers . As with the debut album, stages and cycles , the EP blends rock and electronic musical styles. Lyrically, the EP has a theme as it's inspired by the characters and events in the book, DUNE . The full songs are available for listening as well as much more at www.MessofitALL.com . If you would like to hear the songs or buy them, you can purchase the entire EP for $3.00 exclusively at MessofitALL.Bandcamp.com .