Not to derail...but back to the comments about posting/blogging intricate and formative details that may be nothing more than false starts at best.
I'd venture to suggest that even if Kurplop considered it nothing more than journaling, that having the diary of the works in progress has a little if not tremendous value to others and even to himself (possibly). The evolution of ideas/projects can be fascinating, and yes, often fascinatingly boring. But there's still value in the process. I would like to strongly suggest that Kurplop reconsider to take the moments (ok, lots of moments) to at the very least pop a few pics and captions here and there for those that would choose to follow (yes, me). At the end of the journey (not really, it never really ends till they plant you in the ground) there are points at which the body of work becomes more than what you may have intended.
I say this because of my experience with the Split Kinesis Project (which I still haven't fixed). I started it only as a resource for myself to have links, pics, thoughts, ideas, lists in one place. It almost got great. Almost. I came to find out the collection of info, some on the web easily found, some deep web, and of course all the work I had done became extremely helpful and inspired others in ways I couldn't have imagined. I should let you read some of the emails! And, I should let someone fix the damn info
Kurplops work has many merits, obviously of form and function, but also a testament of quality, standards, detail, and it's damn original. He should realize that most of these points are mostly embodied by most of the geek-a-lopes that spend endless hours on this site (not me of course, I'm the exception). Perhaps if Kurplop considers that the compliments posted are generally more than just a simple compliment, he will consider investing (it's asking a lot) a little time to just make a quick jot of info, train of thought, pic of mock up made of brownies, etc. I mean really, isn't that how the flux-capacitor came into being?
The info doesn't have to be particularly well presented or sorted in any particular way. Just showing various aspects is educational and entertaining. There are people to this day that have no idea how electricity gets to their computer, all they know is that there are "power plants". I don't want to be one of those people that believes there are "Kurplop plants".
Oh, wait. One more insanely great thing....