We've (more on that later) been working over the last couple of days to put together some information that you should know. Beyond that, you'll now notice (maybe) a few (hopefully unobtrusive) text ads. I don't really hope to even cover my (pathetically meager) hosting costs here, mostly it's an experiment to see what happens. You're all rats under the microscope.
For those who, like me, brag (bragged) about not having vomited in the last N years (roughly fifteen, in my case), and yet worry that they've somehow forgotten how, don't worry. When the time comes, it'll all come back to you very quickly (pun intended).
A year or so ago I posted a couple of youtube videos of simple little projects I did with my FEZ Panda II. One of them now has 1300 views. This, to me, is shocking, and a bit disturbing. Do people really have nothing better to do than watch a little asterisk bounce around on a tiny screen?
I've been using WM5/WM6 phones for a LONG time (since way back when I got the hand-me-down HTC Apache), and that ship went down shortly after I acquired my most recent phone, the Touch Pro 2. It's coming up on time to renew my handset hardware, so now I have this dilemma:
When I purchased the house I'm currently living it, it came with a bonus: a 1979 John Deere 111 (yeah, that's not L111) lawn tractor. Theoretically, it ran great. In practice, however, things haven't been so wonderful (yet).
So yeah, the rapture didn't happen. Bummer. On the upside, my air conditioner is getting fixed today, which means this world will be a little less miserable to live in. Guess it's the little things.
I remember the first time I saw "fabrication" done. I was at the home of my cousin's friend, and he had been previously occupying himself producing tiny "climbing claws" from bent nails. I remember that this had a quite profound effect on me.
Doesn't everyone have some sort of retarded "mission statement" for thier blog as the first post? Well, I've thwarted you all, I've bucked the trend, I've made an end-run and done this at some point afterwards (depending on what I decide to fill out under the "publish later" boxes).