I stumbled across Warren Ellis's new online journal project called MORNING.COMPUTER and I suddenly found myself missing my old blog/journal. Sure, I've got Twitter and Tumblr and all that. But there's something about having a quiet space of one's own, away from the dashboards and timelines, that I suddenly find really appealing. A place for slower, deeper thinking, I suppose.
I've always found Ellis's tech impulses to be extremely prescient. I'm not sure why. Perhaps we have more in common as people than I think. Either way, without much fanfair, I'm quietly resurrecting this old blog. I've copied over a couple posts from my Tumblr so there wasn't such a striking gap in the archive. Apologies to anyone who had this on RSS and got blasted by like 10 posts at once. Anyway, I'm not sure what I'll do with this space yet. Perhaps it will fizzle quickly as I realize I don't have time for one of those old fashioned weblog thingies. Or perhaps not. For the time being, jonskovron.com/journal is active again. It might get a bit more intimate or personal than I've been publically of late. We shall see.