Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Coming soon to this blog: Fractional Ruminations

Time to clean up the drafts folder:  Looking behind the hood of Mysteries of Life 2.0, I see that I have a dozen or so draft posts. These are half baked thoughts that I have kept around until the writing Muse visits and I can complete them. I've decided that I will instead visit them one more time, spend no more than an hour per draft tweaking them into something slightly more coherent and then publish them. If a flash of brilliance visits me afterwards there's no reason I couldn't update or write a second post here or write a more expanded fleshed out post here. I will categorize these as Fractional Ruminations 

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 In Case You Missed it: Here are some good posts that I published on ChicagoNow.

  •  http://www.chicagonow.com/adventures-house-hunting/2014/06/5-things-that-might-make-you-a-troll/
  • http://www.chicagonow.com/adventures-house-hunting/2014/06/five-signs-of-a-true-chicagoan/
  • http://www.chicagonow.com/adventures-house-hunting/2014/05/rosetta-stone-learning-a-new-language-is-not-easy-for-adults/#image/1
  • http://www.chicagonow.com/adventures-house-hunting/2014/02/why-dating-almost-always-sucks/#image/1


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