Over the weekend, I cleaned and purged my house and office. It’s always disgusting to me how much stuff I accumulate over the course of time. Things that I think will be useful someday rarely are.
I also watched some of the E! coverage of the Cannes Film Festival. They covered a lot of movies, but the one that intrigued me the most was The Blair Witch Project. Seems like a great idea for a really scary movie. It will be released in July.
I installed Red Hat 6.0 on my FireAnt laptop over the weekend. Linux is getting easier and easier to install and configure. With the exception of some work getting the video card to work properly with X Windows, I had no issues. It’s also amazing how much more responsive and speedy it is than the Windows 98 system that I normally boot into.
I heard today that an article I wrote for a print magazine last fall will be re-published as a part of a college textbook. This will be the first time my writing makes it into something hardcover. I’ll post more details as I find out how things are going to be set up.
Office 2000 is making it’s premiere here in Atlanta at an event tommorrow. I will be sure to post my feedback on that here. I also am going to see Steve Ballmer speak tommorrow and will pass on my notes on that. The New York Times has a detailed story today about the changes Office 2000 brings.
I’m building Ad management into our sites this week. If you have any feedback for me on good solutions, please provide it here.
I know that I still haven’t written here about my thoughts on Episode One . I have seen it twice now, and I would expect to get my feelings out soon.