How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

I Still Live: Updates

I am still alive. I have not fallen off the Internet. Since the last time I actually got things together to post, life has continued unabated, and all sorts of fun and interesting things happened, mostly of personal interest.

A few things of a more global interest:
HitTrack, my first iPhone application, got approved and now languishes in the iTunes store. It's nothing spectacular, but it's a workable D&D hit point tracker application, with some nicely done eye candy.

Of more current interest, I assembled Don't be a G20 Jackass, a site that allows people in and around Pittsburgh to sign a polite request that, when the G20 protesters show up next week, that they keep in mind that people actually live here, and would very much like it if the city government doesn't have to pay huge lump sums to clean up and repair damage. I don't think it'll matter, but it was a fun, easy project, and at least grants the illusion of efficacy.

Also, I have a laptop for sale: a Core Duo MacBookPro, 2GB RAM, 2GHz processor, 100GB HDD. Let me know if you're interested.

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