Stopped the ol' Foxyman for a while, but in another one of my spontaneous 3am decisions, I realized that 1. it can't be too hard making content for a blog that no one reads anymore (eta: the more you pay attention to my shit, the more you realize that 90% of everything i do happens between 1-4am). 2. I kinda actually want to do this again, and 3. As far as I can remember, and this even dates back to Geocities in the late 90's (WOW, I'm gettin old!) I've had some weird compulsive need to share a censored version of selected parts of my life with the World Wide Web - and not in a Facebook kind of way, but more in a semi-anonymous / creative / with burning desire and desperation to connect to a tribe in a parallel universe kind of way.
On another note, I've decided Instagram (@nadzig) is too spread out and isn't enough for me anymore (still love it though) so I'm going on a mission to find good blogs - the ones that seem like they're actually written by a real person? Kinda nostalgic to think that there was once a time when quality blogs didn't have to look like second grade magazine advertorials to get attention and a following. Can someone please explain what the fuck has happened? I was under the impression that blogs were the backlash to magazines, you know... providing the alternative non-sold-out opinion on things? Why is everything so damn mainstream now? Obviously there are still exceptions, but I'm greedy and want MORE! Not gonna loose hope.