December 4th, 2006


The End of the Year Meme

The first sentence of the first entry of each month from this year, an idea lifted from nwhyte:

January: Last night, I went to see frandowdsofa and johannes_d in Sheffield, in the company of Julia, Guinness and Christine, a further John, arborophile and Peter.

February: Boss B and I have been talking.

March: LOI tonight.

April: I have birthday wishes today, for someone who regularly sleeps with me -- who slept with me last night, in fact.

May: <link> Paul Daniels writes:

June: ... to my mother.

July: <graph> Junk e-mail in 2004, 2005 and 2006 charting messages per week

August: I need a beta.

September: As previously noted, I've documented my customer service experience in posters affixed to the windows of my loan car.

October: <graph> Junk e-mail in 2004, 2005 and 2006 charting messages per week

November: Note to self: emailing someone to say "it's fixed, you can log in now" is less than fully effective.

December: There's a perception that Advent starts on December 1st, probably because all the commercially-available Advent calendars start today.

Managing stress levels

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