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When Courage Fails You

This was originally published on Medium.

One of the worst days


I just had one of the most stressful days of work in my life.  There have been administration changes at my place of employment, and with it some hard looks at the way we do business.  One of those looks was the website; I am …

A little video for you all


Here is a short little video I took this morning.  I really need to get a new camera.  Click it! (it's an MP4)

Unfortunately


The money I was counting on to get me to SF for WordCamp isn't going to make it to me in time, so I am going to be a no show.

Let's get together


I am going to be in Georgia all of next week visiting family in Hayhira and will have spotty access to the internet at best, so if I don't respond its nothing personal.

Christ is Born! Glorify Him!

Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and all that rot to all my friends out there in internet land.  I am going to be away from the internet for the most part, until January 3rd, so if I don't respond its nothing personal.

Back Home Again


Well I have returned from another ApacheCon, and I can't wait for the next one.  This conference was much better than the last one in terms of my presentation.

Changes in the air


I had hinted before that the change in design here was the harbinger of more drastic, and I hope profound things to come here at Sillyness.  I guess it is time to talk a little about that now.


To really have this story hit home, you need to know a bit about who I am, and where I have come from.  While in college I studied art, not because it was the only thing that I could do, but because of all things that I could do, it was the one that promised to allow me to communicate with people long after I had passed on.

Happy Birthday!


Today my wonderful wife, mother of my child, bestest friend turns my age!

And so it begins


I am sitting in the terminal ready to board my plane for apachecon US 2005.