Well it is almost July and I’ve been meaning to write this post since the beginning of the month but haven’t gotten around to it, which is exactly the problem that this post is about. It is one of those self-perpetuating problems, you don’t have enough time to post about how you don’t have enough time to post. Then cause you haven’t posted about how you haven’t posted, you want to write a post about how you haven’t haven’t posted. Onward and beyond.
Anyway, the fact that I haven’t posted really isn’t worth a post in itself, however I was browsing the archives here the other day and noticed that they went back to September 2004. Not only did this make me think I should dedicate a post or a page on this website talking about how I’ve actually written some good stuff on this blog, not just posted about random technical facts and rambled about completely useless observations. I suppose this post could actually list some of the writing that I’m actually willing to point people to. I digress, browsing the archives I noticed that I have not missed a post for a month since… well, the inception of this blog. Well that is until last month. May 2008 will forever go down in the annuls of history as May 2008. It’s a far cry from me stating I wanted to post once a day for a week (which I failed, but I did actually write some interesting posts).
I suppose I don’t really have any excuses (and the only person I have to excuse myself to is myself, and sometimes Jameses) except that I was ridiculously busy at work and the last thing I wanted to do after work was look at a computer. So this silent period wasn’t for naught, because the end result was www.ozexperience.com a pretty cool website that we put live and I’m really proud of. Sure it still needs some work but as far as I can remember it is not only the biggest project I’ve worked on but also the coolest.
The question is, if you post about not posting, have you actually posted?