The frequency with which I mistype LiveJournal as "LiverJournal" is disturbing.
|How do you know when to ask someone else?
Today I was presented with, well, the potential to decide to shift my focus somewhat. I'm not sure I really want to go ahead with the idea, since I might be moving outside of my comfort zone.
I was wondering, though, when do you seek the input of others? I try not to pester people, but at the same time, the wisdom of others is too useful to further clarify what I'm thinking about.
More specifically, what situations do you (the noble reader) find yourself compelled to ask someone else for advice, guidance, or any sort of knowledge they might have to offer on that topic? I typically mull things over privately and with little guidance from others, and just work things out for myself. Current Mood: curious
|To try and maintain two blogs or just the one?
I'm wondering if I should try to run my LJ and my Blogger blogs at the same time, maybe purposing one of them to one end and another to some other goal. I mean, all my friends in the east know about my Blogger account and read it infrequently. Everyone I know from out here in the west knows of that one, and this one. Is it worth it to bother?
I've been meaning to get really geeky and start posting some more in-depth coding stuff (I want to revisit my genetic algorithm and maybe make a truly genetic program, for instance).
I dunno, I'll think about it.