Published January 22, 2003
Today was a mixed bag. My mom has decided on a plan of attack to treat her lymphoma. We’re looking at 8 to 10 years life expectancy, but it varies. Mom is going to try a new method involving antibodies, which has about a 50 percent success rate. It will allow her to maintain a decent quality of life and hopefully improve the situation. We’re all hoping.
Published January 21, 2003
Adobe decided it would be “cool” to connect their programs to the internet when I’m using them. So I did some digging… and here’s how to stop that from happening.
Published January 17, 2003
Today, we got a cat. I wasn’t thrilled about the idea of a three-month-old kitten with claws running around my house, but as soon as I came home and saw the kitten playing with my daughter, that was it. And it was all over when the kitten curled up into a ball on my shoulder and fell asleep when I was watching TV. What can I do?
Published January 16, 2003
Well it’s Wednesday and there were a lot of interesting things that happened at work today. We’re dropping out of some projects that I enjoy working on, but it will free us up to pursue other areas, such as application development. It should be fun. Right now though, I am concerned with getting more students going on web scripts and applications as well as web design. We need more people with experience, and we just don’t have it. It’s going to be an uphill climb too, with a hiring freeze and budget cuts.
Published January 13, 2003
Another work week begins, and I have a lot on my plate. I have a lot of projects I have to sort through and decide which ones are most important. The ones that don’t make the cut will most likely get dropped. There’s just too much to do and not enough time to do it.
Published January 9, 2003
What an interesting week. I haven’t been writing much because I’ve been working hard at my “new” job and spending time with my daughter at night. She’s been really difficult for Carissa, but she’s just been behaving great for me.
Published January 6, 2003
billion verdict top award in ‘02 Restaurants, food firms: Lawsuits wrongly blame their food Louisiana. Prosecutors Rebuked for ‘Noose’ Ties Was the news story about the five Arab “terrorists” that entered the country completely made-up??
Published January 6, 2003
They told me at 4:30 on Friday. I start tomorrow which is already shaping up to be a really really busy day.
Published January 3, 2003
It’s a new year, and a lot of things are going on right now. I just completed a video project for a company here in town and am planning to purchase a DVD writer with the money from the project…. because it would have made the outcome so much easier to achieve.