Real Work

Nov 18, 2004 by glennji

With exams over I can finally get on with the real work of living.

It’s a weight off my chest, that’s for sure. And I’m actually excited about just how much more I can do with my time, now that I don’t have to waste all my free time feeling guilty about not studying. I’m off to Chris’s place this weekend for exactly that – figuring out what we can do with our time.

There’s a few projects I’m involved in, so I doubt I’ll be bored (well, bored for lack of things to do at least). Gnome-utils, FEED (or FED),, syncsite and followsam will be fun (more when I get them going, promise) … and then there is the all-important job of figuring out new stuff to do.

I really can’t wait.

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