Dear Friends and Family:
Just wanted to let you know that I am sorry I have been so absent as of late; however I am working on a major project, and it is consuming most of my time. Since April of this year I have tried to post at least 15 or more blog posts in a month; this month I have fallen short by quite a bit.
Admittedly, work comes first, and blogging contrary to what many think is not work in my book.
I promise I will do my best to show my electronic face more often in the coming months.
Right now it's back to coding, I knew there was a reason I didn't become a programmer, no offense to my good friend Jeff [:)]
Me too. No apology necessary, but I’m very glad to read you are back. I missed your postings on anniversaries, births, deaths and historical events very much. They are a welcome change of pace from the never-ending political chatter debates. So welcome back. I’m eagerly awaiting your next post.
Not too worry Jim, the paying gig has to come first and always.
What’s wrong with being a coder? I was pretty good at hard coding (IE: Without an assembler) ones and zeros into 6809s, Z80s, 8085 and then the 68HC11 series.
Using a computer and interpreter to make that happen has got to be easier then all those reams of graph paper, mountains of soft erasers and hundreds of little #2 .05 lead containers.