Trying to figure out the format for my “weird news” project has been a little frustrating.
I have a fairly clear artistic/editorial vision for it, but I’m pulled in different directions organizationally.
It could be something I spend money on, or something that I’m paid to do; something I do by myself, with volunteers (maybe with you), or with hired writers; it could be its own thing, or a section in a popular newsletter.
There are competing ideas for the name (End Times News; Weird Times; Reality).
One method I use to resolve such questions is to simply put them aside and to instead play with the idea, have fun with it, not trying to make decisions or force it into being anything in particular.
Sometimes, after such an exercise, I feel the idea has told me what it wants—then, I just need to figure out if I can deliver.
This is what I did this Sunday, after stumbling on a Wordpress theme that seemed to fit the project.
I populated it with four news items (selected by me, written by PsyPo…
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