Son RadRob advises on 26 March 05 in his journal

When you write a piece of music, write one piece of music! Not two, not ten, not one-third of one, but one!

He goes on to explain the need for this rule:

I particularly applaud the "Not two, not ten, not one-third ..." metaphor because it applies to countless areas other than music --- including ^zhurnal entries, eh? I must try to get better at proper factoring of too-big multithreaded blobs, and contrariwise at proper development of promising-but-fragmentary ideas into maturity ...

(see also BarryLawsAndPrecepts (18 Aug 2001), TwoButNotThree (24 Sep 2003), ...)

TopicArt - TopicZhurnal - TopicJournalizing - TopicWriting - 2005-04-02

(correlates: WindToThyWings, AugustAptorisms, MisterChristmas, ...)