With work not running according to schedule, I also feel a bit under pressure to get my outreach activities going. My first attempts were on Twitter and Instagram, both with a personal and a project account. To be honest, there is a reason why I didn’t use any of these before: I’m not really a social media kind of person. The degree of self-explosion and the necessity to interact regularly simply don’t work well for my personality type. I stress out if I don’t do anything in this regard, and likewise I worry that it takes up more time than I have available for these kinds of things. So instead of trying hard to at least make the twitter account work, I have decided that the pay-off isn’t worth the effort (at least for the time being). Which is why I have to find other means. One is this blog, of course. Another is publishing on the project, and I have just started to work on two articles. A third one is conference papers, where I have been accepted to one and have the reply for another pending. The fourth one is invited lectures, and I’m excited to say that I will go to the University of Bonn in January in order to talk about Invisibilia.