As you may have noticed, I haven't really thought about this very hard, so no doubt some issues will arise.
I've felt like that a lot recently. But I wasn't cool enough to be that succinct.
I just realized that the most interesting (to me, at least) things going on in my life right are are things I cannot really discuss on-line. Not now, at least. And much if it maybe never. In some ways it's really cool, but it's also rather frustrating. In the 9 months or so since I began blogging, I've grown accustomed to tossing stuff out here so that others knew what I'm up to.
Amazingly, some people are interested and even care.
It's a strange little world we create.
On a related note, I just discovered that I really ought to do laundry tomorrow. I'm in need of clean whites.
Oh, I long for the day when I have this much spare time again.
I've been bad. My inbox at work was over 800 messages this morning. I've spent most of the day removing, sorting, and responding. It's exhausting in a way, but it feels good. I'm down to 31.
Of course, the last 20 are always the ones that seem to require 1-2 hours effort each to deal with. You know, it's the last 10% taking 90% of the time...
In summary: please don't send me anymore e-mail. Well, not until I'm caught up, at least.
My goal is to keep it below 20 messages for the next few weeks. Let's see how well I really do.
I'm catching up on my blog reading while I eat lunch. I just ran across Scott's e-commerce rant from a few days ago. I couldn't agree more. I don't always go for lowest price. I often job with a vendors reputation in mind and don't take kindly to being jerked around.