Kathy Sabine Rejoice! This Blog Is No More.
When I started this blog in 2002, I was working a dead-end job in Corporate America and looking for a creative outlet to help pass the time between useless meetings, boring design projects and a cubicle landscape that ate away at my soul.
I maintained an almost daily posting schedule for a six-year period, scouring the internet for links and news stories that seemed twisted enough for me to comment on or standing atop a soapbox for a brief moment and venting on something. I enjoyed the repetition and whimsy; both kept me sane through an excruciating time in my career.
Life trudged on. I got married. I got laid off, fired and quit jobs more times in a five-year span than most people do in a lifetime. I had kids. I started two companies. The world became more connected with smart phones, apps, RSS feeds, Facebook and Twitter and less connected with the nonsense I was spewing.
Posting not only became a challenge and less enjoyable, it became ubiquitous. So I stopped.
In spite of all this, I still believe I have a voice and people want to hear what I have to say. I have begun in my lifelong desire to write the Great American Novel(s). Currently I am working on 2 concepts. The first, Oblivion (working title), is a semi-autobiographical and semi-fictional account of a dystopian suburban landscape. The second, Corporation Zero (working title), takes place inside a Corporate American cubicle prison rife with desperation, humor and sadness. Stay tuned for more.
Until then, if you are bored and have nothing better to do, or you were one of the twenty people that read my blog on a regular basis, you can access the archives by clicking on the links below and reliving the magic.