Let's see what the blog has to say for itself.
January: There's a character I've been wanting to write for a while but probably won't until the next book.
February: This is one of the cooler memes I've seen.
March: I don't know his name, but he's awfully cute.
April: I've been involved in a few discussions lately in which public school education and teachers got pretty thoroughly dissed.
May: So I'm on this client team at work, one of several.
June: I am not a specialist.
July: Yesterday at work, despite my best efforts to check off the 1,001 tiny things on my to do list and to clean out my inbox so I can figure out whether there's anything that never made it onto the list, I spent much of my time on two Projects That Will Not Die.
August: Transcriptase is the new site where some writers who had material in the Helix archives have reposted their work.
September: One of the local high schools has a gay-rights student club.
October: Like any good
November: In my last post, I talked about the many excellent reasons to vote against Norm Coleman for senator.
December: When I was looking at old Animaniacs videos, I noticed that there seems to be a drive to bring them back (although there don't seem to be any results).
Uh, huh. Interesting. Some politics, some writing, some work (of all things), some silly. It all sounds about right, but it does raise the perpetual question. Can anyone tell me what this blog is about?