Monday, April 22, 2002

Schedules are wonderful things. They give me the time to do everything that I want to do. They politely inform me of the exact consequences — major or trivial — of goofing off. With my schedules, I can make optimal use of my time.

Today is a great example. I didn’t really do much that I can brag about tonight, but thanks to my schedule, I did accomplish a lot of little jobs. I wrote a snippet for Quiet, I wrote the first page and a half of an article, I drew a few practice sketches, and I cleaned up my calligraphy equipment.

I’m working on an idea for a little comic strip, something I can draw once a week or so. The idea is for a group of researchers on a near-future space station, something like the ISS but larger, with artificial gravity and a few other modern conveniences. I figure that should give me plenty of opportunities for conflict.

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