March 08, 2005

Muse Captured

Attention, Attention. The Muse has been found.

Cuteness aside, yes, it's time.

I've left hints here before, but the day has come! Hunting The Muse is closing down.

And, something bigger and better is taking its place. I've felt strain here for a while because while I've gotten good response from my political writing, my other writing just hasn't seemed to quite fit. And as far as the political writing, I've wanted to take a next step.

I've got all that now. So, allow me to introduce my new home... Politics and Technology in the United States.

I'm the captain over there, and there will also be occasional and regular guest contributors. This is a site specifically tailored not just for political weblogging, but for those that want to use online technology to engage politically. We'll be talking about technological issues, we'll be writing tutorials, we'll be collaborating on actual project development. In short, it will be a site attempting to bridge the gap between political SAYING and political DOING.

(That's "do-ing", not the sound effect.)

In addition? I have a few other personal projects in the mix. If you consider yourself to be a friend of mine (and odds are you aren't wrong), then you are invited to follow along on my new personal weblog, Thunder-Thumbs. It'll get pretty silly over there. Creative writing, miscellany, inside jokes. Come enjoy yourself. That's also where I will announce future ventures - so if you're interested in my programming or music activities, that's where you can find them.

As for museworld? Honestly, museworld was always intended as my music site. And music is finally started to pick up some momentum for me. Hopefully sometime in the next few months, we will see a bit of an overhaul here on good old museworld. You'll be able to hear about that progress on Thunder-Thumbs.

Old archived entries will stick around for the benefit of googlers everywhere.

If you've been a regular reader, thanks so much for hanging around and keeping tabs. The occasional comment and note has meant a lot to me. For most of my time here, I haven't really even risen to the level of a B-list blogger, but it hasn't really been about that - I've learned a lot about myself just from putting myself through the paces of writing regularly, and I've discovered some new passions. That was my goal all along, and it's been my honor to share that with you.

I hope you'll join me for the next steps.

In solidarity,

Posted by Curt at March 8, 2005 12:43 AM