Summer torpor

So here we are at the end of August; another month past, another month where I’ve mentally composed posts on all sorts of interesting subjects, but not quite got around to writing them down. Pieces on politics, comparing and contrasting the Trump surge and Corbyn-mania, or weighing up Bernie‘s chances of upsetting Hillary. Articles on the interface of psychology and technology, referencing the APA paper on violence and video games, or considering what the Ashley Madison hack reveals about online identity. General philosophical musing on the nature of time, and how an instant can seem endless while weeks pass in a flash.

Alas, all this will be lost, unless I get my act together and start posting before I forget it all, a turn of events, which, in light of my recent history, seems highly unlikely. I guess the world might just get by without my thoughts on these matters, but I’d regret not saving them for posterity, so I’ll try to make September a little more fruitful.