I hope you had a good week! Mine was full, but I’m taking some time off and am glad to have gotten a bunch done. Onwards!
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This week I got a lot done in preparation for some much needed time off! I recorded 5 podcasts (gee whiz) to close out 25 weeks STRAIGHT of podcast recordings (this was not intentional, it just happened that way), and also put together a short little blog post about architecting your own blogging platform. Now, I’m going to try and do nothing (except maybe read) for a couple weeks. We’ll see how that goes!
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That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and stay warm!
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