Quba Blurbs: Byte-Sized Futurism #0

I have a tendency to be overly precious about my output. This inclination towards perfectionism can have its merits, but most of the time, it results in creative paralysis. Instead of sharing my ideas, observations, and predictions, I noodle at them ad infinitum.

In my quest to mold them into some ideal form, I invest so much time that I often lose interest before publishing a single word or pixel.

To counter this behavior, I’ve decided to follow in the footsteps of content creators I admire, such as Seth Godin or Cory Doctorow. Instead of crafting polished, long-form articles, I am embarking on a journey to post shorter, spur-of-the-moment blurbs that I’ve dubbed Byte-Sized Futurism

These blurbs will primarily focus on the future, humanity, and technology. They will be irregular but more frequent, quick, only casually proofread, and most importantly—not treated as precious.

In all honesty, I will probably end up spending the same amount writing them as I will on creating cover images.