Technology Tales

Adventures & experiences in contemporary technology

Working ahead of time…

10th October 2007

Having had a pretty fallow summer when it came to ideas for this blog, I am now lucky to enjoy a flush of them. Also, because of the my now established one post per day rule, I am currently writing my posts ahead of time so that you can be assured of something new everyday rather than a load of stuff one day and nothing on the next. That works for me because I am largely a proactive blogger rather than a reactive one. As a result, I am not bothered by a need to break something before everyone else and I simply couldn’t do that anyway; I have learnt that there are many others who can make a much better job of it. Nevertheless, I do get inspired by what’s going on in the technology world and it’s just that I take my time over things before sharing with others; the chance for some additional consideration before post goes public is a very useful one. And then there are my own explorations that surely will turn up more ideas.

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