So ... slow work day? Every day?
Fixed.Lack of free time and, honestly, having run out of things to say.
But it's true, things are much quieter post-pandemic. A lot of folks have gone to Discord, which I think is more of a voice-based chat room and involves
less typingmore playing.
I got me thinking back to the chat-room of the early 1980s --- pre-internet --- on 300 baud modems. The technology has changed, but not much else.
I think I just borked the HDD I kept most my D&D stuff on this morning. Sucks.
Although the voice chats play a part also. I can be working on my projects and have a conversation at the same time. Not really possible with forums. That, and (tying around back to play) it seems like conversations about D&D lead to play more often than essaying about D&D, which only seems to lead to further essaying about some other part of D&D not recently essayed about, to provoke another ore vein of essays in a chain cycle.
At least at this point, I prefer discussing D&D to be acute instead of chronic.