Geoffrey Long
Tip of the Quill: Archives
Work. Study.

Today I polished off two little Flash sites and transcribed thirty pages of a history textbook. It doesn't seem like a lot of work, but I'm bizarrely tired.

One thing that is truly amazing, though, is that I feel like there are now more and more clear spots ahead. For a long time, it was like a fog had descended upon my future, and I was like a boat trying to chart a course through, first listing to one side and then to the other. Now I can sort of see where I'm heading, and it's looking brighter every day. Trust me, it's a great feeling.

I'm going to be crazybusy here for the forseeable future, though, so you might want to check out some of the webloggers I've been enjoying lately while I'm gone:

Adam Greenfield Jason Kottke Caterina Fake Bryan Boyer Todd Dominey Dunstan Orchard John Hicks Angie McKaig Cameron Moll Greg Storey Matt Haughey Derek Powazek Molly Wright Steenson Stewart Butterfield

I've met a bunch of these folks. Some of them I count as my friends. They're all brilliant. Do check them out.

Also worth noting: Sarah McLachlan has posted an amazing new video called 'World on Fire' which has a lot of perspective. You can check out the video in QuickTime over at Good on ya, Sarah, as always.

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