Nathaniel spends the majority of his time reading Persecution and the Art of Writing and contemplating how that applies to bloggers on the internet who wish to flourish in their private lives while participating in meaningful political discussions on the internet.
The internet is a wonderful medium, but it is so damnably public. Is it capable of producing philosophy in any meaningful sense, or must conversations on the internet contain philosophic kernels within them?
He wonders this.
He is also a voracious reader of books, watcher of television, viewer of movies, player of video games, an avid board wargamer and neo-classicist neo-conservative post-political hermit who believes that friendship is more important than politics.
Sadly, not enough people believe this and so he continues to read Persecution and the Art of Writing.