Why am I getting comment spam that hails the security of Microsoft Outlook? Because it’s a horrendously insecure piece of software, that’s why.
A recap of the end of last week and the weekend, which has marked a decidely strong shift in the focus of my life away from tech- and work-related things and towards very personal issues.
Documentation on what I’ve been up to recently, such as two meet ups, learning to throw a single tail whip, and where I’ve been sleeping lately. Also, three pictures for your viewing pleasure.
I have made significant progress in my quest to become the first result on a search for my last name in Google. Here’s a brief recap of what I’ve done to get this far and how I can push things even further in my favor.
Are relevancy messages catching on? A quick ego-Google has turned up encouraging results, but I’ve still never seen this technique used anywhere except on my own sites.
For more than a month now I have been, at least subjectively, stable. More than stable actually, good. The past couple of days have been entirely social, but it looks like the next week or two might be more focused on work. I like this balance.
Photographs in my mind. Cherry blossoms and lilacs, Chelsea Market, pesto pasta and grilled chicken, sugar and coffee, Opaline, Bleeker Street, Broadway and Venierro’s late at night. Milky Way bars, Easy Mac, more sugar, more coffee, kisses in the rain, torturously light touches waking up. Happiness. Smiles.
I first discovered this quote years ago, when I was going through the home instruction process thanks to the ineptitude of the New York City Board of “Education.” I find it equally relevant now, and always.
The past few days (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) have gone by in a whir of activity. Things are great but sleep is sparse and I am staying mindful of my attempts to remain aware and balanced. I have yet more to do today.