Would you recommend that I switch to using an LJ client application? If so, which one(s), for which platform(s)?
In other news:
Behold, the power of caffeine.
andrewwyld has started writing sonnets. The one he psotted to his LJ today is rather good.
I wish I had time to write more, including poetry, lyrics, and especially fiction (primarily SF), but right now, all I have time for is mind-numbingly technical writing (technical reports and journal papers). Even my short writeups (workshops and conference papers, which count as refereed publications in computer science) and creative nonfiction (proposals) have to adhere to fairly strict and rigid guidelines. Given that the latter are produced during the interesting stage of research, proposals and short papers should be fun, or at least exciting, to write! In order to make them easier to read and more palatable to reviewers, I've had to voluntarily undergo vocabulary reduction surgery. Personally, I feel that's a little ironic, for specialized conference papers if not for grant proposals. Oh, well.
Coda: guess wot?
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Thank Eru fro obssessive-compulsive disorder. It'd have been another 15 minutes down the drain if I hadn't copied this. I was not expecting another data loss. If you have seen me teuncing and cahtting and wonder why I'd care about 30 spare minutes, let me tell you: you prolly haven't seen how much work I (have to) do from 01:00 to 03:00 these days.