issue 10 march 1995

I really should work out what I'm going to say in this spot. Often I have no real idea of what to write, other times I think I know what I'm going to say until it comes to the actual time of writing. Then I'm lost, floundering for the appropriate words. Oh well, I'm sure I'll think of something to say.

What began as a mild curiosity has now become a semi-calling in my life. it is difficult to explain the process of EgoStrange, because I don't always know how it manages to pull itself together. Another question I'm often asked is "What exactly do you do?". I'm not really sure of the answer to that question, mine is a vague existence defined narrowly in the confines of my job description yet it is broader notions that really draw me to my work.

I enjoy EgoStrange, yet sometimes it becomes a cancer, spreading its way into every part of my life. I get inspired with an idea at any time; often by the time I get around to working on the idea it has changed and altered with time.

Now, I am finishing Beta, tomorrow I will start thinking about the next issue, Gamma. Who to put on the cover, what needs to be done and by when and what can I do differently next time. Other concerns will raise themselves, like who to hassle for pages, where are those pages people promised me and where this should this go in relation to that.

In a nutshell those are my thought processes in relation to EgoStrange. Take care, have fun.

Grant McDonald

EgoStrange Year One
EgoStrange Year Two
EgoStrange Site Map


Sitemap (old) Sitemap (beta)
© 2008 © 2001 indevelopment.org
© 1995 Rusden Association of Students
Egostrange Issue 10 beta
produced 1995
180808 FI