I now have . . . squints eyes at the thinkingoutcloud site dashboard . . . 45 followers. That’s 44 more than I thought I’d have at this point, so thanks for watching.
These past two weeks have been hectic for me. Moving into a new house, then having everything that could possibly go wrong with moving into that house . . . go wrong. Therefore, the next technical post will have to wait until next week.
. . . . Calm down . . . calm down. I know . . . there, there . . . everything will be just fine.
In the meantime, here’s my new office (still need to move some things in, but it’s functional), with cubbies included!
Is it a kitchen? Is it an office?
Whoever wanted this was like, “I want an office, but with lots of cubbies and kitchen cabinets.”
And then some kitchen contractor was like, “Challenge accepted!”
On the plus side, I think I can finally get my office bar installed.
October, 1991. A young Linus Torvalds posts a query on the comp.os.minix Usenet newsgroup about a fledgling operating system he was building. The very post itself seemed aloof and on a whim.
Little did this young and humble Finnish computer science student realize that this post would become famous, and his Operating System change the IT world forever . . .
So, in that vein, as I am sure my call to action here will be equally famous and world changing1, I have been pondering a venture into podcasting, because I don’t want to do it alone. I have found podcasts are more enjoyable with two or more people and if there’s anyone else pondering this, I would love to have a conversation about it.
1In case you don’t know much about me or this blog, this is sarcasm.