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Friday, January 10, 2003

Friday five:

1. Where are you right now?

Here. At this window.

2. What time is it?

Kind of a lame Friday Five this week, isn't it?

3. What are you wearing?

Jeans and a shapeless gray shirt.

4. Any people or animals around you? Describe them.

Tina just went into her studio. Harry and Cheyenne are about.

5. What are your plans for the weekend?

Try to get my Trackback server ready for distribution; watch the 'Niners kick the 'Bucs. Probably will see Far From Heaven or Adaptation. Eugene Belyaev (IDEA) is in town and I'm going to try to show him whales migrating past the Marin Headlands.

1:18:53 PM    comment []

....Arguing whether keyword synchronized is better than keyword lock is all well and good, but it's irrelevant to why .NET is going to become the dominant platform for software development....: An article I posted to the DOTNET-CX mailing list today.

10:42:07 AM    comment []

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