Time to Look Forward

Andy Nicolaides from The Dent has a post about continuing to care about things that may seem inconsequential during these times of isolation and illness. He emphasizes that it’s okay to look forward.

If any of you reading this have been thinking there’s no point in starting that new podcast you’ve had on your mind for a while, or writing a blog post about how much you like that one episode of Star Trek, or whatever, I ask you to reconsider. Create, joke, play, discuss, speculate, enjoy, love, write, record, laugh. You don’t know who’s day you may brighten with whatever it is you put out there. At the very least, you will enjoy it and that should always take priority.
For his part, Nicolaides will still continue to share his passion for new Apple gadgets at The Dent. I’m going to continue to post interesting things I find from around the interwebs, and they may or may not be related to a certain virus that shall not be named (certainly not by point of origin, as is the habit of some sinister villains).

Incidentally, if you are interested in starting a new podcast, Micro.blog is offering free microcast hosting with their standard hosting plan for the month of April.

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