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August 1st, 2004
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From:damion
Date:July 31st, 2004 11:57 pm (UTC)

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A bunch of us are doing a NoWriMo in August (which is now), so I'll be spending a bunch of time sitting around looking for reasons to procrastinate. Once work ends (on Wednesday) feel free to come over and hang around.

Also, something you might consider is to, instead of hanging around your apartment, hang around in some more public place (like a coffee shop with wireless) and do the same things you'd do at home. That way you haven't lost anything, but you've opened yourself up to Random Good Things.
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From:kenoubi
Date:August 1st, 2004 07:39 pm (UTC)

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A bunch of us are doing a NoWriMo in August (which is now), so I'll be spending a bunch of time sitting around looking for reasons to procrastinate. Once work ends (on Wednesday) feel free to come over and hang around.

I think I will take you up on this. What's the address? Should I call to let you know I'm coming, and/or are there particular times of day / days of the week that are good?

Also, something you might consider is to, instead of hanging around your apartment, hang around in some more public place (like a coffee shop with wireless) and do the same things you'd do at home. That way you haven't lost anything, but you've opened yourself up to Random Good Things.

I wouldn't say I lose nothing; I have to get wherever I'm hanging out, and I lose easy access to the stuff I don't bring with me and familiarity with my environment. However, this isn't a bad idea, but I'm not sure a coffee shop is the best option (actually, I've never really understood the concept of hanging out in a coffee shop alone with one's laptop—the probability of being approached by anyone seems negligible). Any other ideas?

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