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The Year in Review

2004 has been a landmark year.

  • Turned 31. That doesn’t sound impressive, but for those of you familiar with the nut cases that drive on GA 400, living another year is an impressive feat.

  • Graduated from GSU after 13 years. Sure, there was a sabbatical in there, but the last 3 years at night were grueling. I’m glad it’s over and am thankful my family supported me during this time.

  • Started working on an MBA in Finance. The first semester went very well. This is the continuation of something very good.

  • Lost 35 pounds. I’d still like to lose a few more. As tempting as it may be to make a new year resolution to do that – I’ll abstain.

  • Returned to the ski slopes. This place was a lot of fun and I’m going to make it a point to drag Tammy up there a few times in 2005.

I can only hope for an even better 2005.

A New Beginning

Out with the old. In with the new.
New for 2005:

  • Site is now being hosted by a 3rd party provider. Believe it or not, both my site and Tammy’s site can be hosted by professionals cheaper than in our house.

  • Upgraded to Movable Type 3.14. This should help eliminate the comment spammer problem (or at least curtail it from the public’s viewing).

  • The resources application is nearing completion. It will be implemented in the “Research” section.

  • All of the old entries have now been archived offline. I might load them up onto this new system. It just depends on how lazy I am in a couple of weeks in this regard.

There is still some housecleaning to do on the blog pages to make it look like the rest of the site. But all in all, this is a good move. Bring it on 2005.