Archive for January, 2011

… that something big was about to happen?  I don’t know about you, but I have noticed recently that although part of my mind would just like to kick back and rest for a while, the OTHER part of my brain seizes the opportunity to grab more knowledge and info and stuff itself absolutely FULL.  This then spills over into more projects with which to become involved!  Here’s the short list of my new and ongoing projects if anyone is interested:

  • Android App Development
  • A new blog for Mid Missouri Networks
  • Creating some new Video Blogs (I need my head examined, honestly!)
  • HotTrax Live to HotTrax Pulse Migration
  • HotTrax Remote development (Virtual Basic Development)
  • This personal blog (because SOMEONE needs to document the insanity!)

And of course, there’s always the ongoing support and management of the radio station and it’s DJs.

If you were to ask me why I am taking on so many projects at once, I’d tell you “Well, the boy just ain’t right!”  Call me crazy, but I have a very good feeling about the potential for some breakthrough success this year.  My mind is a buzzin!

Ok, I admit that I have tried this before, although NOT in this way!

I am excited to renew my efforts at having a personal website with an entirely fresh approach to things.  This will be my first attempt at using WordPress, so I ask your patience as I learn to use this package to it’s fullest!

I hope I am able to bring things of interest here, things you will enjoy reading and things that might stir your thoughts or a bit of controversy.  Comments are always welcome, but please understand that comments will be subject to the following guidelines:

  1. You must log in to leave comments.  This is an effort to control spam.
  2. Your first comment will be held for approval.  Once that one has been released, you will be allowed to publish comments freely.
  3. I might not publish your first comment, or I might delete your published comment.  Please don’t take offense, but this is my blog, and as such I will not tolerate jerks here.  Disagreeing with my opinion doesn’t qualify as being a jerk.

(A very sincere thank you to Gina Trapani, on whose Blog I first found these rules!  They make perfect sense to me, and I hope she will approve of my “borrowing” them for my own use.)