One of my resolutions for the new year (how clichéd, I can hear you saying), is to post here at least once a week. This resolution was made for me on the 2nd of January, by Gary and Matt (castigate them, if ever their posting rate should drop!), and I intend to keep it.
In fact, so energised was I by our discussion, I resolved to make a post that day. By the time I had gotten round to it, the clock had passed midnight, and I decided that, since it was the third, I could put off posting until later that evening.
Needless to say, the same happened later that day, and so here I am, spouting a turgid parable about procrastination, in order that I should snap out of it.
I was thinking about using this spot to review 2003 (Kill Bill Good! War in Iraq bad!), but I really can't remember it all. Perhaps I should have written more down. Or indeed blogged more of it.
I'm having tremendous fun programming at the moment, more so than in a long time, and I'm tackling far thornier problems than I ever have in the past (currently, the woefully-underspecified world of DNS - be amazed at the speed of my UDP DNS client!). Perhaps these developments will mean that I'll do more boring posts in the future - who knows?
(Certainly, I imagine posts in the future will be less parenthetical than this one.)
Dear me, when I start making self-referential in-jokes about my grammar, I know it's time to stop a blog post. I'll do that now.
PS. As promised, Happy New Year.