Wednesday, February 29, 2012

A SOUND Decision

Hello friendly world.

First of all, I am very sorry for the hiatus. It's hard for me to tell whether anyone's missed the posts, but that hasn't stopped my guilt from mounting.

Unfortunately, I'm doing too much. Of course this will be obvious to everyone who reads this, but for some reason I have trouble remembering that I can't do everything all the time always. There's such a thing as priorities. (Can you spot the grammar mistake? It was on purpose. So there.)

So, I decided to consolidate my online efforts.

As many of you doubtless know, I write movie reviews for an online magazine called SOUND. It's edited by a pretty stellar guy named Chase Larson, and I think the site has a lot of potential. But I sensed, a while ago, that he needed some support. And it turns out I'm pretty good at the kind of thing he most needs, like motivating people to contribute content, and keeping track of progress, goals, and overall vision.

Since this blog is and has been a solo effort, I figured it made a lot more sense for me to pour forth my time and talents and energy into helping SOUND, which is a collaboration between several very smart and talented people.

But don't worry! I'm not abandoning 2190. I'm just taking a step back to re-evaluate, and it may turn out that I only post here once a week, or perhaps less often. I will instead direct the majority of my online energies into SOUND. It's also likely that I will be cannibalizing the strongest aspects of this blog to help build up what the online magazine has to offer (think: a sexier Friday 'Stache...)

We've all heard that you shouldn't put all of your eggs into one basket, but I realized recently that I've been trying to occupy an increasingly unreasonable number of baskets.

Here's the short version of the preceding thoughts: Check out SOUND and "like" it. Because it's awesome, and it'll be publishing my stuff at least once a week from now on.

1 comment:

  1. I now have a picture of you in my brain with several baskets hooked around your arms and legs. Perhaps the caption reads: ENCASED IN BASKETS.


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