The EdBlog works again, and other topics

The EdBlog “broke” at the end of May, when I found a ColdFusion MX limitation. (The last two entries had to be done by hand.) So, it took me a while today to fix it. It’s finally up, again.

Much of my free time over the last two weeks has been spent assembling an online directory for the Panama City Beach, 1999, Campus Crusade for Christ, summer project. It’s up, and appears to be working quite well.

The news of the day is that Rice beat SMS in Round 1 of the College World Series (CWS) – in our four trips, that was only our second win and our first first-round win. I think we’re going all the way, this year, anyway, though, so I wasn’t surprised.

Meanwhile, I’m not working at the New Life Resources office, anymore – I’ll be telecommuting for a little while, until I finish some open projects, then working on an as-needed basis. Since we have some potentially huge contracts in the works with Topsail Consulting, I need to focus on that.

That’s about what’s new! I’m going to go get my butt kicked by Fritz 7 (a chess program) and try to relax a bit.

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