Clusterflock’s Deron Bauman did an interview with me the other day over IM and posted an edited transcript. This seems to be the bit that everyone is pulling from the interview so I will as well:
Other times, it’s not so fun running a visible site. Some people are determined to deliberately misunderstand much of what they encounter in life. Sometimes I have a hard time realizing that that’s their problem, not mine.
Ok, I’m back from a week of sickness, grueling travel, little sleep, and nothing done on some kottke.org projects I wanted to tackle. Time off is a bit different with an 8-month-old. But I’d like to thank Deron for holding down the fort while I was gone…I enjoyed his contribution to the site; I hope you did as well. Thanks, Deron.
Regular posting to commence after a short mental nap.
Clusterflock’s Deron Bauman is going to be editing kottke.org for the next week or so. Here’s what he’s all about:
I am the founding editor of elimae, for which I designed, produced, and distributed a series of hand-made books. I am the author of Mockingbird, reviewed favorably by Guy Davenport in the April 2002 edition of Harper’s. I founded and blog at clusterflock, a group blog dedicated to pretty much everything. I am the director of The World Come of Age, a documentary about the life of a gay man living in a rural north Texas county. I am in the process of deciding what to do next.
Clusterflock is one of my favorite blogs (and trial member of The Deck) and it’s a treat to have Deron helming kottke.org for the week. Welcome, Deron!