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One Year

Started: 2004-07-15 10:21:47

Submitted: 2004-07-15 10:45:48

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Yesterday I checked my log book from last summer and discovered that I started writing software for iTi on 09 July 2003 -- just over a year ago. I'm now counting myself half way towards the mythical Two Years of Experience I keep hearing about, which I suspect could come in handy.

In unrelated news, tonight I will wander by my parents' house at 1900 to take down their network, the last thing still sitting in their house. Their house closes tomorrow, after which point they will no longer own a house in Boulder. Right now they're staying at a friend's house for the next couple weeks; after that, they'll be gone.

As a result, my presence at Hacking Society tonight remains to be seen.

Everyone I'm sure, knows that when something goes wrong somewhere,
anywhere, anytime it is automatically SCOTT'S FAULT. Your dog ran away?
SCOTT'S FAULT. Your car won't start? SCOTT'S FAULT. Your power got
shut off because you forgot to mail the check? Yep, once again, SCOTT'S
FAULT. It is very similar to the "six degrees of separation" theory.
Somehow everything can be tied back to Scott.
- Renee Galvin, 25 October 2000