One of my more unique traits is that I don’t have an internal monologue.
Instead, I hold unstructured datapoints in my head, for quick access when needed. Like a JIT compiler, only when I actually need to arrive at a conclusion do I piece the necessary components together, to then transfer that compiled information to others via a spoken language. Until that point, my thoughts are nebulous, like a cloud.
The act of publishing for an audience forces me to encode my thoughts into something cohesive, like English. Generally, I write these blogs for myself.
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