Spent some time working on article for Fanime. We do that sometimes, you know, and I've learned -- even if I have trouble putting it into practice -- that it really is better to write quickly, before I've forgotten completely.
I've got a general "Fanime is a good example of how lucky we are to live in California" article mostly written, and the omake "Do you still watch anime" article close to done. I still haven't looked through the cat-cam pictures, but that's probably next on my list. I don't know -- I wish I had more to say about stuff like the panels, or the game room, or the concerts (most of all the concerts), but I don't. I just don't feel like I have anything useful or interesting to write about that.
Maybe I should read some local print journalism. There's a lot of discipline in that kind of writing, and I'm famously bad at it. This is a problem, because it's journalism's bread and butter.
But Fanime's not really that kind of con anyway, at least not for us, after all these years. And I had a lot of fun, and writing really brings back some of those experiences. You probably don't care. I just wanted to mention that.