July 9, 2013 - No Comments!

To recover information

David Boring by Daniel Clowes

Making this webpage has been a bit of an archaeologic work. Last year I switched to a laptop because my old computer died, I lost a big part of the information I had in its hard drive and I desperately saved the most urgent folders (three) before not being able to turn it on again. RIP.

Well, the thing is that now we have got a super cool device that has been a sort of saviour and a link to my past where you can plug your old pc hard drives and read them. What does this mean? Well, I am taking more time than what I thought to make this page because -surprisingly- I had more work done than what I remembered.

What makes us remember projects? There are really nice things I didn't have in mind until I opened that hard drive, a lot of interrupted work, unfinished projects and of course rubbish ideas that don't deserve any time at all. I guess I just set up my mind with a smaller group of more complete or finished things that I wasn't ashamed of and sticked to them for these last three or four years. This is also a sign of not taking myself seriously enough for a long time, because even when an idea can be a piece of real and genuine crap at least deserves some time or space in our hard drive to take a look at it every once in a while and get inspired by its incompletion or perhaps knowing what is that we don't want to do again in case we don't like it.

I will keep looking between my files and uploading projects to my portfolio in case you are interested. Please be patient, it takes some time!

Published by: daniela in Personal

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