Not (brain)dead (yet)

I’ve tried. Honestly I’ve tried.

No blogging the past month or so because of

* a day-to-day schedule that has careened wildly out of control
* a new house (and related activity) which has limited my after-hours online play
* the ongoing deterioration of my frontal lobe
* a short vacation
* one of my periodic blogger funks

Regarding the last factor — it’s not a crisis of faith so much as a failure of nerve. It all ties into personal characteristics of mine that are far too tiresome to relate.

I came back from some time away from the office anxious to get posting again, and hopefully will do so soon.

About Brian

I am a Strategist and Discoordinator with UBC's Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology. My main blogging space is Abject Learning, and I sporadically update a short bio with publications and presentations over there as well...
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12 Responses to Not (brain)dead (yet)

  1. heya, b. welcome back! Hope things calm down soon…

  2. James says:

    God to hear the lobe is still partially functional… I find tiling quite useful funnily enough 🙂

  3. Barbara says:

    Brian, perhaps there’s only so much blogging available in the universe and since you got me hooked on it via Megan Boler’s class, perhaps I’m taking up a bit of your quota??? 😉 Thanks for being such a great teacher. 🙂

  4. Alan says:

    Stop worrying and write when you can… us who appreciate your work can wait.

  5. How do you tell a crisis of faith from a failure of nerve?

    Welcome back. I’m grateful you’re safe and sound and look forward to whatever resumption comes whenever it does.

  6. Josie says:

    Hey Blamb, welcome back, take yr time. I’m ill and have about a million feeds to read and loads of posts to write & can’t face either. I read yours though! Because you are the Blamb! – Now go look in the mirror, arms akimbo, and say that to yourself with a straight face. Probably other stuff will seem slightly less ridiculous.

  7. Steve says:

    Take your time Brian. It’s summer! When you’re ready, we’ll still be here.

    – Steve

  8. Andy Rush says:

    After vacationing for 10 days on your side of the border (Toronto and Niagara Falls), I can understand the value of being away from the office and then being anxious to post after being away. Looking forward to whatever.

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