I've had important people in my life say to me, "If you don't think that the daily publishing is working for you, if it's demanding too much of you to do effectively, if it's getting in the way of more important work, then stop." And I'm like, I can't. I have to find my way through it. Because the essential insights guiding Free Refills still apply. The advent of the machine (itself comprised of many millions of smaller, connected machines) that allows free refills of information--because the marginal cost of a copy is zero--changed everything. We still haven't come to grips with the new world it brought. In this world it's no longer enough that I have written; what matters most is that I keep writing.