- The Danger of Secondary Marketplaces in today's tech world
- My thoughts on Ian McEwan's Novel Atonement
- My Thoughts on Spider-Man 3
- Movies I've Started But Haven't Finished in 2007
- "Imagine The Devastation," Affairs, and Ruined Laundry
- Various film themes on 2007 (restoration, forgiveness, peace and the middle east)
- Best Picture/Actor/Actress thoughts
- More upcoming biopic 2007 post
- How the movie Stay affected my Sleep
- Why Didn't Like the Most Recent Sermon I Heard
- Sports Which Don't Have Fair Representation in the Movies
- What does Information Overload Mean For the Mushy Minds of Tomorrow
- The Virtues of Chips and Salsa
Yet, at the same time...I haven't really had a lot of time to blog because I've been working a little extra (today I only work a shorter day, but it's my 10th day in a row to work) and when I haven't been working I've been spending time with my wife and our handful of new friends.
On the Beautiful Let Down CD by Switchfoot, they have a song "Adding to the Noise" where they have lines like: "If we're adding to the noise - turn off this song."
Am I just adding to the noise? With about 200 unique visitors coming to Strange Culture a day I am honored. But one of my goals is to create original content that is entertaining but refrains from being overly critical. Does the world need another blog review of Spider-Man 3? And does anyone really care about what I think about topic x or y?
And as I struggle to answer simple questions in my own life, like "how and with whom do I make friends?," "What are my financial goals, and how do I achieve them?, "What am I doing in my life?," "What is my wife and I's family goals?," "Why do I not feel like talking on the phone to anyone?" etc. somehow, I just haven't felt like this has had value in it? And even more so, I haven't been in the mood.
So, I'm not necessarily saying I'm throwing in the towel here, but more so addressing the silence.
Related Tags: Silence, Noise, Blogging