A couple days ago on my so-called "main website" (which I should really take the link for down since I don't ever use it), I spent about an hour composing a blog entry about some happenings in the movie industry and my opinion of them with sources linked and bulletin points written about and so on. It was good, I guess, but it took an hour out of my life to write something that probably no one will read and that doesn't really benefit me personally in the grand scheme of things. I already had these thoughts, and while they looked good in print, that was time and enthusiasm and energy I could have put into one of my projects or some new drawings or prep work or any other number of things.
This isn't an "I'm quitting blogging" post or anything like that (if it is, it's ridiculously late), but I guess what I have to figure out is how to blog the right way, I can't put so much of myself into there, I have to be more succinct and more consistent and I guess I have to figure that out. I'm much more conversational and verbose on the web because that's how I am, that's how I talk, but there's really not that much for me to talk about that would really benefit from my voice and opinion, and I don't want to just parrot and relink what a thousand people with more authority than me have already written up. I'm not a nexus, I'm a Neumann.
Now that I"m thinking about it, I'll see where my mind leads me with that. Might come up with an interesting solution to this little quandary. We shall see.