The digital-literary sphere
Notes on week 927
- 927 24 oktober 2016 EN
With these weeknotes I publicly track and archive whatever it is I spend my time on.
This week I visited the Frankfurter Buchmesse. The Netherlands and Flanders were honorary guest and, happily, I was able to attend the official opening, which included a passionate speech by President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz that seemed to make a lot of people instant fan (I was certainly triggered too).
During my days at the fair I sought out companies in the digital-literary sphere, attended parties, shook hands with many interesting people and handed out some of the Geometry Girl flyers I’d made. I dropped in and out of Dutch/Flemmish activities and was impressed by all the work that’d gone into that. Afterwards I was tired.
What else? I…
- Worked on the Geometry Girl app, pushing the writing ahead, but mostly tweaking the build I showed off in Frankfurt. This included an English version and layered audio, allowing more control over aural transitions.
Received Robin Keijzer’s line drawings for the Antegods comic, gathered feedback, added my own and sent it off.
Met up with Collin and Martijn at Two Tribes, and worked on a new update for RIVE as well as some planned marketing activities.
Finished writing the new Radio Laika episode, sending it off to four voice actors.
Average step count per day: 8.145
Average staircase count per day: 8
Average sleep per night: 7:43
Average weight: 87,8