Monday, March 31, 2008

Commence Silent Running

I mention this not because I think it's all that important but because, typically, when I decide to stop blogging for a while, I don't and I'm trying to get better at it.

In order to focus on my script(s) I'm not going to be posting much here for the next week. Maybe longer. I have built up a small backlog of posts which I'll try to burn through but no promises. Enjoy yourself, leave a comment, drop me an e-mail, I'll still be around. Just, for the moment, silently watching and biding my time.


Bruce said...

Quick comment, re: "drop me an e-mail"

Unless I'm ignorant, blind, or both, I don't think you have an address listed (I may have your email, but your crickets and tumbleweed audience may not).

If that's the case, here are some options I know of:

1. Wufoo.

Wufoo let you easily create nicely designed contact forms for free.

Here's mine:

Wufoo have lots of other nifty forms, too. Only catch is that you have to make an account to use them, and you can only get 500 emails per month (or something).

As disappointed as the cricket hoard is, I think they'll recover.

Here's the site for the contact form:

2. E-mail icon

I found a nifty site that lets you easily generate your email address in an image for free.

The idea is that you'll get less spam by posting an image as opposed to text, and you don't have to do silly things like "spamparanoia (AT) deargodthespam (dot) com".


Find the icon generator here:

- Bruce

PS. I promise to stop commenting and distracting you from the Frenzy soon. Your blog is too alluring. ;)

Sausaletus Rex said...

Oh, no, I don't my e-mails listed anywhere around here. I don't give it out so easily. I'm kinda paranoid about my anonymity like that. I figure that the people who'd need it will already know it anyway or, at least, have another way of finding out. They're not that hard to figure out, in any event.

But don't worry about leaving comments around here. I like waking up or checking back to find people talking at me. It's all positive feedback. Comments not only provoke more comments they can spur new posts or, as I've hoped all along, new ideas for me to consider. I don't exactly have a lot of time to respond as well as I'd like these days. But I'd prefer to have to juggle too many balls then to have my hands free of anything to do.