In March I started a new role as Software Engineer at a cybersecurity company.

I wasn’t working for the 160 days between October and March. It was a profoundly important and stressful period that opened some much needed space to reflect on life and otherwise do things that I didn’t have time for. One of those things was an essay I’d been woolgathering ideas on for a few years: an essay on leisure, idleness, Spectacle, lived time, and the attention economy that is now on the blog: The Disappearance of Lived Time