…now I gotta come up with another way to procrastinate on them, I guess.
Well, I did it: 25 posts in a row (26 counting the intro one) about projects I started but haven't worked on lately, posted daily: https://journal.librarianofalexandria.com/backburner-month#backburnered-projects-index
i am a big enough person to admit that my previous stance of "i love going on the computer. i would like to do it every hour every day of my life and i would sacrifice anything in pursuit of this goal" was a mistaken one. i have grown as a person and can now see that going on the computer is bad and i don't want to do it
that's right, the Cursive Defender has logged on
One reason I've been writing posts about "backburnered" projects is to keep them fresh in mind and maybe even regenerate some excitement for them. Revisiting my thoughts about recipe graphs has definitely made me excited about returning to this project soon: https://journal.librarianofalexandria.com/backburner-month-07-apicius
This month I'm doing a little project where each day I post a write-up of a project which I haven't fully abandoned but also haven't worked on lately. Here's a post about it, along with a table of contents which I'll fill in as I go: https://journal.librarianofalexandria.com/backburner-month
This is a game inspired by a magic item in The Adventure Zone that allows you to modify the spells you cast by changing a single letter in the spell name. I called the game "Logomancy", but also strongly considered calling it either "Levenshtein's Destructive Resonance" or "Spelling Certain Doom".
Took an old one-page tabletop/party game I wrote and finally put it on Itch: https://aisamanra.itch.io/logomancy
I don't understand how you can want to make a ska album—novelty or not—and then not put any horns on it. Like. What.
that spooky janitor character in the direct-to-video movie of your life
formerly @keweddji as well as @aisamanra and @uzhdanra on birdsite. he/him
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