After I publish this, it’s onto the last draft of next week’s column, “About Funeral Processions“. Earlier this week, I spent an afternoon chatting with funeral directors, they were a surprisingly funny bunch.
This happened today – the paper added a new section to our website, Autonet.ca.
“Featured Author”, and a link to my latest article, permenently above the fold, nice.
Tomorrow will conclude the first 2 weeks working at my new job. Think I’ll be ready to blog all about it by end-of-the-month.
Because blogging something, it’s like, it makes it official. It’s hard to explain, I’ll add it to the videos-to-make list. Basically though, the message is, “the internet keeps you accountable“.
I am loving it, to be clear.
It shows in my desk dancing.
I hope you desk dance, too.
Dismantled the ‘sticky note epiphany‘ wall.
Documented them all, here are some.
Clockwise from top left:
- based on last year’s study of time… to successfully execute a new years resolution, it’s best to start a month early, and have a semi-rhythm happening by the end of the year
- “insurance is the cause of so much dumbness”. Insurance sucks the fun away
- “put blog in music”. Might do a security post about that. It’s part of my never-ending quest to avoid the cloud.
Found this shot of me driving Nissan’s Hybrid Pathfinder, when I blogged the Nashville story yesterday.
Nice change from the grainy selfless I usually post, eh.
So grainy. Like I blogged before, I still wonder if these phone camera lenses have built-in degradation.
Counter-argument is I probably take way more photos per day, than the average user. And like, imagine the wear & tear from one car show…
Hope it’s a good Thursday Night, best night of the week.
kk I have to go write, I’ll cheers you TTYT