Robotic Creativity

Yes – it has been a while since I posted here.

And – even longer since I’ve actually written more than a few words.

 

I could write about excuses, excuses and more Excuses for why this blog has been so quiet and dormant.

Roll back ten years and I was posting to social media every day. I was posting All-the time.

I started this website in 2011 mostly to show the 360 degree virtual panoramas. Over time, posts about techniques, cameras and travels. During some difficult days there were a couple of posts about more deep personal stuff – and these posts have since been turned off.

For me- writing isn’t easy.

Never has been and likely Never will be.

At work, I write e-mails in typical bureaucratic speak – It isn’t my words or thoughts. It is all crafted to comply with government regulations. All facts, No Emotion.

At work, I mostly write computer code; IF Loops, Else Loops. It is Java code – and Yes – i do drink a lot of java too.

 

I’ve stopped being creative. Stopped building, drawing, painting and thinking in a non-linear way.

Do it day after day and I start to feel like a robot.

 

I am going to try posting once a week – in a valiant (or feeble) attempt to kick up my own creative energy.

What do you do to get the creativity going ?

 

 

3 thoughts on “Robotic Creativity

  1. For me it works like this: start doing something creative, anything. Preferably with someone. Then after a short time, the ideas start flowing, and I usually have to contain myself from doing them all in one time . So I write them down and the next, planned, time I pick one of the ones written down. And I am not shy of trying new stuff I have never done before, although they might take more time.
    I hope you can find your creative flow again.
    T. Schwarz

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