What's next for me

posted by Jeff | Monday, December 6, 2004, 6:58 PM | comments: 4
I'm reviewing the copy edits for my book right now, and I honestly can't think of anything I've ever done that's more boring or tedious. Ugh... twelve more chapters to go.

Once that's done, I've actually got a lot of stuff to do. First off, I need to do some relatively minor coding things for PointBuzz. Once those are done, I'd like to rework CampusFish and make it what I really wanted it to be. After that, I've gotta start getting serious about the POP Forums rewrite.

What I should be doing is finishing the ad-serving software I wrote nearly two years ago. It exists only as a back-end system. To put campaigns in it, you actually need to manually poke around the database. This is something I could actually sell, and having something to sell would make me a little less reliant on the constantly fluctuating advertising market that my sites have to endure.

On the non-work front, I have to finish Halo 2 and SpongeBob on the Xbox. Volleyball has started again, so many of my thought cycles are devoted to that. I want to get back into DDR. I want to master some video tapes to DVD (including our honeymoon from four years ago now).

And speaking of Stephanie, I want to spend some quality time curled up on the couch with her, fire on, watching movies when it's snowing outside. That's what breaks are for!


Comments

Stephanie, December 7, 2004, 12:55 AM #

Yeah, the last part please!

Alex, December 7, 2004, 3:00 AM #

Oh baby, I can't wait for the changes to CampusFish. Any chance of a preview?

Jeff, December 7, 2004, 3:17 AM #

Well I need to start it first!

Actually, I've been experimenting with more of a .Text/Blogger/LJ feel with swappable style sheets. Here's my volleyball blog, for example:
http://www.volleybuzz.com/members.aspx?Jeff

The biggest difference would be the URL's, really. I'm not sure if I'd get hardcore into the stats, referrers, trackbacks, etc.

Junior, December 7, 2004, 7:52 PM #

My only request would be the ability to make single entries "members only" or private. Sometimes I may say something I don't want lurking eyes to see (i.e. family, roommates, etc.).

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