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Well.. It's been awhile since I've been here

Anyway.. Not much has chenged.. Goofing off this summer still working on getting phpslash-0.6 out the door before it kills another developer :)

Carousel is hanging on by a thread.. Haven't worked on it much.. Hard thing to work in a vacum.. No pressure, no expectations, no help, no comments, no nothing just you and code.. It's odd and I don't like which it prolly why I haven't been working on it much. That and the fact that only like 60 of 10,000 slide have been scanned. :)

Well it's a new day.. Had a creepy fear this morning that my life was going no-where. Eck.. Serioritis (Those who think it'd be interesting to have a Linux Sys Admin who's also well versed in technical theatre in the office and is hiring, please email me :)

Anyway.. Thinking some on Carousel, need to do a alot RSN, think I may back off the phpSlash devel for a while. to make some time Perhaps people are getting tired of me sticking my comments in every thread?

Hmm.. I guess since this is my first post here I should introduce myself. Hi my name's nate! I do alot of stuff, Linux System administration, php development, General playing around.. Ya know the usual stuff a linux lover does. I am also a Drama major at UGA.

My focus is two pronged -- interactive media (hance the php development, I also do some lingo stuff with Director.. Hopefully I'll have a nice MultiUser game data interface availible soon) and technical theatre. (Lighing design and just building stuff in the shop)

I think the skills learned in each field go well together (attention to detail, people skills, able to handle stress, funky hours, a love for the simple and elegent solution...)

Well, that's me, stay tuned for more exciting stuff from my life and devlopemnt exploits.

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