Writing more concise posts, more regularly.

Shorter posts mean that people will probably read them. Maybe.

As it turns out, I’m terrible at giving myself time to write. There are many things I’d like to write about – game jams, workshops, meetups, tech and tools, thoughts on game development and animation, and even music. I’ve learned that if I aim smaller in scope, there is a much greater chance I’ll find time to actually fit it in my schedule. Managing that, I can turn writing into a consistent habit.

Recently I’ve read a few more blogs and thought about writing again. I’ve learned a very valuable lesson about more concise posts or articles.

I actually read short blog posts.

So now I’ll write them too!

My goal is to eventually build up to something like the beautifully concise and productive Rico Sta. Cruz’s “Today I Learned” web development blog, which you should read too if web dev is your thing.

I would be delighted to create something even half as useful. Let’s see how it goes.

Author: Darren Kearney

Mostly interested in psychology, games, computers and music.

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