I don’t like the code, but the code likes me.
OK, I guess that’s it... I’m retiring from trying to keep this updated.
Who knows, I might try again in the future, but for now... oh well.Permanent Link.
It probably shouldn’t be, but it seems like my job description is:
Sir, yes sir!
I wonder if there will come a year, perhaps in the not-too-distant future, where there will be more minutes of commercials during a Superbowl than minutes of football. Or if that time has already come, just what is the ratio of commercials to football?Permanent Link.
Damn have I been slacking.
But I don’t know which it is more: either my growing age in work which makes me not want to get on the computer as much as I used to after a full day of working on the computer, or if it’s this job in particular which drains me of wanting to get on the computer when I get home.
Although, here especially, it might also be more of a lack of creativity. Whereas my previous jobs had me working on multiple web sites, as well as developing new designs and working with Photoshop, now all I do is maintenance work for a single intranet application. Sure, its different parts may be varied (especially since I’m still learning parts of them), but on the whole, well, it’s been a long time since I’ve opened Photoshop or built a style sheet.
Oh well, that’s life, it changes. There are highs and lows and the times in between. I guess this is just another lull.Permanent Link.