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Sun - Dec 16, 2007 : 05:31 pm
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Gotta Start Another Project....
I'm going crazy in my life again.  I'm kinda weird that way.

Things are going well and then I finish a project, or get sick of it, or something else.  Heck, the whole "project" mentality I have is what started this whole "ilovemyjournal" thing (as well as ldscompanion.org).  I also wrote and produced 17 very amateur-style songs about 6 years ago.  EnZign became an ambitious project of mine (with a great guy named Cory Nelson) a couple years back, and although I haven't done anything with the project for some time, I just can't get myself to get rid of the domain name.

Yet another time has come in my life when I need yet another project, or I'll go nuts.  Yup, nuts.

I'm far from decided on any particular project, or even the arena in which the project will reside.  I have no idea if I'll start writing music again, or learn to play the guitar, or another website (hopefully coming up with an idea that'll actually produce a revenue this time, but probably not), or what....

but I've gotta do something, and I've gotta do it quick....  or I'll go nuts.

What I really want to do is start collaborating with someone in music creation.

A couple of weeks ago, Steve and I built Scott a computer which he could use to record music, and we talked about collaborating, but I'm not sure if it'll come to fruition or not.  I need to sit down and really think about the inner workings of how that could be done.

Ah, heck.  Maybe I just need to quit typing and come up with a cool beat and send it to Scott to see what he can do with it.

That's all for now.