... in half finished blog posts!
Uniquely/paradoxically/idiotically nearly all of my blog posts - the modern/"paperless" way to publish your thoughts - start out as chicken-scratched ink on paper in a work/sales notebook or scrap of random paper.
I have compiled a depressing/impressive stack of half finished posts. In fact I have achieved a new first: I have not one but two half finished posts about how many half finished posts I have written!
If the rode to hell is paved with half finished blog posts I'm a hydrofoil racing down the river Styx.
Here is a partial list of the unfinished posts you can (or perhaps not) expect in early 2012:
Oak gall ink
California white oak acorns = dang tasty
The better balanoculture blog over the pond
Parking lots - too bad parked cars interfere with the perfect acorn collecting surface
Foresters & lawyers - My commencement speech post continued
Pistachios - words of wisdom and a blueprint for oaks from J. Russell Smith
Native plants and roller rinks
Toby Alone sequel - one more book and I'll finally crack the subtle allegory
Kim Jung-il and acorns
Your typical neighborhood hot dog/acorn bread stand on the bay
Rehashing old Northern Nut Growers Association notes and speeches
On the trail with John Muir
Yes, I just used a blog post to create a to do list. Sorry about that. But hopefully it will spur me to complete those half finished scribbles. Now if I can just find the notebooks I started them in...
Anyway, thanks for reading. We now have thirteen followers! Thirteen people can change the world. Seems like a rag-tag group of thirteen people changed the world pretty dramatically once before.