BTRIPP (btripp) wrote,
BTRIPP
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Almost didn't get this done today ...

This has been one of those "amazing collapsing days" where things I've gotten done have taken WAY more time than I'd anticipated, and the stuff that I meant to get to (I still have a project sitting here which I'd planned on getting to at 9am!) has been sliding further into "later". Good thing that I run on a 24/7 time sheet!

This is (obviously, from the graphic over there ===>) is another post about there being another post up on The Job Stalker blog ... I was wondering if I was going to get that written, but it was one of those "I can't stand to slog into that project, so I guess I'll do this now" feints my brain made this afternoon. If you click through there you'll get info on my activities last night, and stuff about networking in general.

Needless to say, I'm still "feeling my way through" here on how to share the ChicagoNow stuff in LiveJournal, but since the content there is only a click away, I don't see any good reason to double-post the same material. If you want to know about that stuff ... hey, you've got a mouse in your hand! This does, however, lead these posts into something of a "meta" zone of blogging about blogging about the job search, and I'm trying to figure out how to best frame these in a way that's not going to be too horribly boring for you to read!

I also had a brief "panic moment" that I might have slipped up on the NaBloPoMo thing (were I not to have posted there, and then posted about that posting here), but my brief earlier post about my new Lulu book filled the "post a day" requirement, if in the most minimal way.

Anyway, there's plenty of stuff to clicky-clicky on, so have at it ...


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