Wow. It was five years ago this moment that I started this blog, and I can’t believe I’ve been regularly writing it ever since. I mean, really — five years? It seems much longer.
The years are flying by, nearly three years now in California, which is freaking me out — that means that I’ve blogged more from California than DC?
I obviously have a lot to say, and not really anyone to say it to, which is the very definition of a blog, don’t you think?
Perhaps I’ll go back in time and pick out some entries from this month 5 years ago. It is actually really interesting to go back in time and read things I wrote a while ago with fresh eyes.
- Premonitions of the future: OS X on Intel. November 16, 2002
- I refer you to my entry on October 24, 2007 about how the Federal government is swollen with private contractors at the expense of civil servants. Well, looks like I recognized this was happening: November 30, 2002
- Complaining about the poor treatment of “Futurama” back in 2002, and now in a week or so it will have a triumphant return: November 17, 2002
- On being fee-ed to death and my tiny revenge on AT&T. November 17, 2002.