Into the Summer

Tomorrow, with the summer solstice, marks the official beginning of summer.

This is not to say I have any big plans for this blog over the summer. I have some interesting issues to contend with, though. I’ll be out of town on a few separate occasions, which will make putting up new posts challenging. That will likely result in shorter posts–perhaps brief comments on links of interest, as I’ve done in the past–or posts relevant to whatever I happen to be doing at the time. (I’ll note that when I’ve done the latter in the past, they’ve been especially unpopular, so I may avoid that in the future.)

This summer may also give me some opportunity to make changes to the site that I’d been putting off. I still don’t have a logo, after all this time. By now, I suppose it doesn’t matter. I’ve also not set up any integration with Twitter or anything else, besides Facebook. I remain on the fence about things like that. It may also be time for a new layout. My requirements are fairly strict for that, so I may not have any luck finding something appropriate. I suppose we’ll see. I could always take a stab at making my own. (Yeah, that’s not very likely.)

One of the things I’m also looking to do is create a resume/CV site for myself. I’ve been meaning to do it for a while, and maybe with some time in the summer, I can finally do that. Once I’ve created it, it would be easy enough to maintain. It would be a good place to show off my skills in terms of Web design/coding, which is to say that I hardly have any and I really should work on that. A nice feather in my cap, in any case.

I have no idea what I will blog about this week, which means it’s business as usual!

To all the fathers out there, happy Father’s Day!

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Into the Summer

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