My anxiety is riding high right now. This is common for me but this time I know why. I'm going to demonstrate our software for a client. I know what the software is and what it does but:
I don't like doing software demos any more
They have specific things they want to see and that is always difficult for me to manage smoothly since I don't like working with a script either
Sounds like I have some work to do on this but these are the details that are low priority until I need them.
I like Obama, I really do. I like what he stands for and what he wants to do with our country but every once and again he goes and does something that I thought we would be done with now that Bush is out of office. First he decided to keep the warrant-less wiretapping and now he decides to keep the visitor logs private. I kind of expected this kind of
shit stuff from Bush since every day he seemed to enjoy flipping the nation the bird but Obama promised us more transparency. Now I know he has delivered on the “more” part but I seemed to understand that the qualifier “more” meant more than what he's giving us now.
Wow, so far 4 posts today. I think I'm realizing just how easy this is to post from OpenOffice.
Anyway here is a pretty good article that shares a lot of my feelings about Sarah Palin and her hubby Todd. I'm just hoping they do more stuff about her freeloader hubby on SNL again next season.
Soon-To-Be Governor of Utah had some wise words he felt like he needed to share. I know now who I will not be voting for in the next Gubernatorial election in Utah.
Now that I've posted again after a few, er, months I've looked at my blog and seen how out of date it is. The links on the side are out of date and I want to change the color scheme. I also want to do more posting as well so if there's anyone out there that cares things will start changing.
I've never really liked Sarah Palin. To be honest I don't really like many politicians. But that's beside the point. I read an article on The Huffington Post yesterday that I absolutely loved. What really gets me (and not just about Palin but all politicians) is their belief that the public has a short memory. I find that most of them expect us to have short memories so they can say and do what is most convenient and immediately beneficial.
There is a really interesting blog post about browser usage here. More interesting than the fact that usage of IE is falling (not surprising) is that the use of Safari is falling as well. I think Safari has some nice eye candy but I've never been able to feel completely comfortable with anything other than Firefox. Heck, I've been using from before it was even v1 and it was just a standalone executable.