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Forgive me, fellow monks, for I have sinned.

  • Like the Red Queen, I have spent too much time running in place just to stay abreast of maintaining the web sites I maintain.
  • I have not explored uncharted territories of Perl and Linux as I promised I would.
  • I have not writen that great Content Management System as I planned.
  • I have half-heartedly reviewed a few CMS packages but haven't done anything more about it.
  • I haven't cleaned out my web hosting account and now it's way over quota.
  • The Great Calendar Project that I Nearly Finished a couple of times is still Sadly Unfinished.

But thanks for asking!! Now you've given me a great ToDo list for the next three months!

Alex / talexb / Toronto

Life is short: get busy!

In reply to Re: Confessional, Revisited by talexb
in thread Confessional, Revisited by kvale

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