Monday, November 20, 2006

Back From Vacation

I’m back from vacation, which means that I’ll probably start posting a bit more regularly. (For a bit—I think I have another training course scheduled for next week, which means I’ll probably stop posting for a while, again.)

I didn’t do much of significance on my vacation. I went home to visit the folks for a few days, mostly to say goodbye to my mom before she leaves for India, for 15 days. (Did I mention that Mom was going to India? Probably not. It’s a Rotary thing.)

I also started work on running the cables through the attic, as I had previously discussed, but never got around to doing. Unfortunately, I got interrupted, so I’ll have to try again soon. (I did get as far as drilling one of the holes needed, and punching a hole through a wall, but that’s just the source; I need to do the same at the destination, and then actually run the wires.)


David Hunter said...

Oh, one other thing I did during my vacation was finally finish the first draft of all of the chapters I need to do for Beginning XML, Fourth Edition. I had been doing really good, until the last chapter, which I handed in two weeks late. Whoops! I had to bring a laptop home, so that I could finish it while I was visiting my parents.

The new edition is slated for release some time in early Summer, if I remember correctly—which I probably don’t—so keep an eye out for it. Or just keep coming here, because I’ll probably announce it on the blog, too.