Monthly Archives: December 2006

Last blog post for 2006

Happy New Year, everybody! It’s five and a half hours to the big hour here at Chez PJ, so I am taking this time to update you all about what’s going on. Last weekend, I finally got Trac and Subversion … Continue reading

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Progress and hair pulling

Through the magic of social networking site LinkedIn, a friend of a friend introduced me to a friend. This friend is looking for a technical writer for a website with a geek audience interested in open source, Linux, web technologies, … Continue reading

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GoDaddy server woes

I want to openly distribute to the interwebs various pieces of software, some that I’ve already developed, and some that I am in the process of developing. And I’d like to grow a developer and user community around this software … Continue reading

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An Open Letter To My Readers

I see you hitting my RSS feed with your aggregators, friends, all four of you. There’s one Windows FeedDemon user, one Linux Firefox LiveBookmarks user, and two Mac NetNewsWire users. I call you friends because I think maybe I know … Continue reading

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A look back before going forward

This last Thursday, December 7, I finished my latest paying consulting gig. And I have nothing lined up for the next few weeks. This will give me time to do a few things I had planned for and my … Continue reading

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Busy bees make more honey …

Busy, busy, busy. I’m wrapping up some work, but after this, I should be posting more regularly. I plan to have a lot more content in the time ahead.

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