I’m a slow writer. A deliberate, plodding wordsmith. All of that is true except the wordsmith part. And the deliberate, plodding bit.
I’m a procrastinator.
To fix this, I’m going to write something about big data every day for the entire month of June. Not just working days, every day. It won’t be genius. Much of it won’t even be good. But it will be, and that’s really the point.
I should keep it to that, right? If the problem is procrastination, then I should focus on just writing something — anything. But I like things that are arbitrarily complex, like Destiny, GoRuck, and Corryvreckan. So, here are the rules. Every post has to:
- Be about more than technology.
- Make a literary or historical reference.
- Include a neologism.
Forge in the smithy of my soul the uncreated conscience of my race
If this interests you, my condolences. I mean, follow along! You’ll have my undying graphitude, which is gratitude expressed only through social networks.