It’s a fact: the Josh Millard brand of enthusiasm is a weird and fickle thing, erratic and inconstant and goddamned difficult to predict.
The year is closing out, and it’s been a productive one for me, but the last couple of months have not been good for online ventures. My attentions lately have been on atlanticpublishers.ca the meficomp project, when they’ve been on it, and otherwise on non-Internet things.
I’m in a couple of bands, all of a sudden. I’m now the official banjo and snare player for the urbanpresentations.com post-Kansasian sensation The Harvey Girls, the core of cialis blood thinner'>cialis blood thinner said band being Hiram and Melissa, mefites and contributers to the Metafilter Compilation Album, who have recently transplanted to Portland and http://www.peterheadfc.com/order-levitra-online-canada taken me into their musical fold.
I’m also playing in a now-quartet with old bandmate Brian, as the keyboardist for an energetic pop-rock-stuff-thing project that is http://www.freakouts.com/levitra-tadalafil as of about 18 hours ago officially called The Man So Cool.
Between those two things, I’ve been spending a lot of creative energy that might otherwise have been going elsewhere. The Aural Times, for example, lays fallow and unloved, and I’m starting to wonder if it’s time to cialis lowest price'>cialis lowest price put up an official closing notice. On the other hand, I’m itching to get back to (semi-?)regular updates of laundryroom swapmeet and pedestria, and I’ve got some work to do for polyorama as well. And then there’s always the secretive preparations being done for a certain butts lol project.
So hopefully I’ll close out 2006 with, if nothing else, a renewed sense of vigor and excitement for some of the projects I’ve been neglecting. And though nothing may compare measure-for-measure to composing 70 or so news-related songs between February and September for the Aural Times, I’m hoping 2007 will be another productive year, and a proper inaguration of a more steady and unified Josh Millard Empire.
Unless I just play the hell out of nimbustier.net the new Zelda instead. It’s really great.