I'm aware that some writers entitle themselves authoritatively as "thought leaders", and that corporations anticipate using AI to generate massive amounts of writings.
(Considering the consequences of AI thought leaders.)
I came across a blog post:
I was reminded of how I wanted my writing to show up under certain keywords in a search engine index.
I learned for the first edits it didn't because I wrote "(keyword)" on the heading but not in the paragraph. Therefore, I added a sentence just to use the keyword in the paragraph.
Then I sat back, re-read what I wrote, and couldn't help but think I made my writing more robotic and less human. Because a human looking at the page would infer the purpose of the section by the heading. The extra sentence in the paragraph was, if I wasn't writing for a machine to add onto an index, unnecessary.
I think there are too many consecutive posts about dreams. So I'll post about a game I didn't beat as a child.
I remember trying to cross a river without having to pay $5 and failing, and getting my character killed because a bullet richocheted back off a rock or tree in the hunting mini-game.
I find the game much easier to beat now. What's still hard is not to have an NPC die to dysentery or snakebites.