It’s been an amazing year in my life, and this blog has suffered as a result. I don’t feel guilty about it at all, but I am sure I will wish I had more writing from in between some of these large gaps in time.
Since the last post here, let’s see, some things have happened in my life. I got married, that was in September. I turned forty, that was in October. We launched League Pass Broadband, the product I had been working on since June, that was in late October/early November. We also adopted a lovely little pug, named Puka, in November. Each of these things deserve multiple posts here. I learned so much this fall. I have so much to be thankful for, and every day I hope I don’t find some way to screw it up.
I don’t think I will mothball this site, but I am much more active on Facebook, and Twitter, both of which are linked from this page. It is likely that I will update more here now that I have broken the seal, but you will get a lot more volume over at each of those places.
It’s been an amazing year in my life, and this blog has suffered as a result. I don’t feel guilty about it at all,
You should feel guilty, buddy. It’s sad to see a domain as valuable and cool as bump.net be a blog that apparently no on reads and one that the author neglects to appreciate.
bump.net, the domain that couldve been 🙁
LOL. Thanks for affirming to me how valuable the domain is. I’ve owned it since 1996. I updated this site daily for almost ten years. Find something more useful to do with your time.
David Saint Christian Bump says
Just out of curiousity, why did you purchase this domain name, much less use bump, on all your stuff Robert?
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