Be good while I’m gone. I’m assuming from the silence following yesterday’s 1.0.3 release of Manila Envelope that there are no major bugs, but if you find one email me and I’ll get it when I get back. I’ll be away in the land of wonderful wine and pasta (and seafood).
Today is a day on which I’m keenly aware of the passage of time. Partly because I’m blogging when I should be packing. But mostly because of a quick string of email I just exchanged with an old high school friend, Paul. I seem to get in touch with him regularly every other year. He and his wife Shannon just had their first child, a boy. Say hi to Lex Colton:
It’s important for me to remember that there are more important things in life than the day to day grind. Some days you get to meet a whole new person.
The SE/30 was my first computer (if you don’t count the family’s Apple //c). We had it tricked out with 5 MB of RAM and a 40 MB hard drive. I learned how to do desktop publishing, Excel macro programming, telnet, and Kermit file transfer(!) on that little machine.