I felt uncharacteristically chipper this morning, rolled out of bed when my watch beeped my 5 am wake-up, fired up my laptop, opened my Word file, typed in 540 words, and trundled off to the gym, where I had a good workout, but a nagging knee most of the day … Continue reading →
I thought I was going back to work, but She’s not ready for me. So I’m on a personal errand for Her down here in Georgia. Clearly, the Spurs are doing just fine with me cheering them on from here. I should be back in Virginia in a couple weeks. … Continue reading →
After crunching out 581 words yesterday, I achieved 2,272 today to get me into the swing of things. That brings me to a total count of 75,329. 75% complete on the first draft. As long as I’m writing, I’m not thinking about how terrible it is. I’ll just keep that … Continue reading →
She is ready for me to come back to work, so I’m taking a break from being a Spurs groupie and hitching a ride back to Virginia with Her. We’ll begin editing PBOTL. No related posts.
Wow. This is an impressive program. No related posts.
SI.com – Writers – Burns: Spurs’ quiet excellence a welcome change of pace – Wednesday December 8, 2004 3:00PM Finally! Some acknowledgement from the “media” of what I’ve been saying all along. No related posts.
Upon closer inspection, the Lakers wouldn’t fare much better in the Eastern Conference. Sorry, Kobe. Best of luck. No related posts.
No writing today. I did play with Dreamweaver some more. While I’m failing miserably at the concept of templates and CSS, I have two pages that work. Well, that’s not entirely true. I think I grasp the concept of templates–just not the details of how they work, especially not Macromedia’s … Continue reading →
I don’t believe I’ve heard anyone mention this yet, but Kobe Bryant should have demanded the Lakers move to the Eastern Conference along with all the other changes last year. In the Eastern Conference, “his” team would have a respectable record this year. In fact, they’d be in third or … Continue reading →
I got 812 words yesterday and have 892 so far today (Update: 1632). I’m also playing with the trial version of Dreamweaver. So far, it seems like it will do a smoother job than FrontPage. The real challenge will be converting my current web site to Dreamweaver and getting rid … Continue reading →