Somehow I only found recentlog lately (as in, a few weeks back). Now I dig why people respond to other people in their entries. I'm often dense like this.
I made a quick list, mostly from memory and some written notes, of how many outstanding projects I've started for myself that remain unfinished as of 2001-09-26 (all praise ISO date format, it actually makes sense). By this rough count, I'm around 20 such projects. I immediatly prioritized each project on a low to high scale, although when the list started getting dense, I found the lines were becoming grey and a lot of projects were falling into "low-medium" or "medium-high" rankings, which isn't very helpful. Still, it's a first crack at self-organization of hackery, ultimately to result in a publicly viewable (and perhaps interactive) project docket on my website, sometime soon. I though about posting the list here as a matter of public record but chickened out.
I'm cautiously looking forward to Mac OS X 10.1. Hopefully it will be improved enough to be compelling to me and I'll switch over. We'll see...
CodeCon 2002 was announced on various lists (coderpunks and p2p-hackers, amongst others) for February 2002. This sounds like a P2P convention I might actually attend for the right reasons.
In other news, I have a Linux box performing admirably running a Linux distro I'm managing not only not to hate, but to actually enjoy somewhat, which is a first. It's Debian.
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