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Monday, February 23, 2004

BLOGGING WITHOUT A NET...

For the three weeks or so that I've been blogging New World Notes, I've interspersed "live" entries, written and posted an hour or so after an in-world event happens, with longer pieces ("Sitting Pretty", "Repairing the Builder") that are compiled from a longer interview or series of interviews which actually took place days before their posting. This week, I'm experimenting with an all-live format: entries will be written while in-world, more or less right after they take place. Which means I'll be online this week more often during peak periods: in the morning, when European residents predominate, and the early evening, when most US/Canadian residents come out to play. If NWN Live works, expect it to become a regular thing. And if you see me in-world while I'm at some interesting event or visiting some impressive project, don't be surprised to read about it-- and you-- here, that very day.

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Comments

Good stuff, Hamlet. I have you linked from my blog, and will probably read daily.

Posted by: cubey at Feb 23, 2004 1:28:42 PM

Getting paid to blog!

Posted by: Alfa Rubio at Feb 23, 2004 2:36:45 PM

Heh, it's a living!

Posted by: Hamlet Linden at Feb 23, 2004 8:08:25 PM

I'm not knocking it!

Posted by: Alfa Rubio at Feb 23, 2004 11:04:29 PM

Awsome stuff! You should try to get on as a guest on a SLive show and chat people up about what's happening in world.

Posted by: Jack Digeridoo at Mar 1, 2004 9:08:35 AM