Friday, February 12, 1999

I haven’t forgotten you. It’s just that nothing really exciting has happened.

Well, OK, a few little things have come up. Daemonsong Productions is now up — it’s a producer of original content on the web. Basically, if you have an idea for some kind of written show for the web, Daemonsong Productions will put everything together for you: web space, site design, banner ads, etc. Pretty cool.

I’ve also been going through a bit of an organizational crisis. I have a lot of projects on back burners, and I think I’ve decided to write up a list of what I’m working on, and officially drop all but one or two. Then do those. Not sure if I’ll be able to do it, though. In any event, if I get enough courage to do it, I should start actually getting things done, heh.

The Microsoft anti-trust trial is continuing apace, and MS is doing as poorly as usual. It really ticks me off, too; every person MS has put on the stand has made moronic statements, or expressed moronic viewpoints, that have done nothing but stir up people’s ire. What do they PAY these people for? I’m not saying they should hide evidence, just that this is extraordinarily unprofessional behavior for the employees of a major corporation. It’s like MS is trying to wreck their public image.

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