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The Indefinite Article.

Thursday, February 19, 2004


You know, I forgot about how I still write what a lot of people read. I guess it is a mark of something when you're doing something and don't really realize exactly what you are doing so much as just doing it. I used to write a column every week in the university paper, then that zine we did and I thought that I had stopped. In reality, I just found another publication, I send out over 12,000 emails every couple of weeks for people to read. In the last one, there were over 6,000 unique opens and 12,000 total opens. The difference between the two numbers comes from people opening it up more than once or forwarding it on to other people who open it up.

Of course, I'm not just writing whatever comes into my head, or following whatever spurious leads disgruntled professors or staff feed me. Now a days it is a fight for focus and relevance, trying to take all the stuff that the place I works for wants to communicate and formulate it so that people read it. It is a different challenge, and something I forgot I was doing until just now.


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