Today’s post is one of the dry, unexciting chapter intros — the verbal equipment of a tendon. Not the sexy, glamorous part of the book, but it keeps everything together. As a small bonus, if you read all the chapter intros in succession, you get a big-picture view of the NES’s life span. But it’s the details that are exciting!
Sorry, I’m not doing a good job of selling this, am I?
Elsewhere, the final episode of Retronauts went online today. I thought I would feel relieved to have it behind me, or happy to have produced so much material and brought it to a sort of closure, but for some reason I’m not. Mostly I’m just sad that I’ve invested so much time into a project that I can’t take pride in, that never came out the way I wanted, and that was only ever worthwhile because of what other people brought to the show. I have a face for radio and a voice for print, I guess!