I know I keep rambling about what I’m going to do – and I’m much slower at actually doing stuff. But on the whole, I think I’m not doing too bad (knowing me).
I’ve been working on the HTML Express tutorial. It will be up some day. I’ve started working on the culture shock notes. I’ve a few more deep thoughts (God bless those boring philosophy classes) waiting to be typed up.
I’m starting to seriously consider building an all-french web designing resource – from what I’ve seen, the french web is a little “behind” as far as designing issues are concerned. Blame the language barrier – they can’t read A List Apart if their English is only so good…
Finally, I might be giving a class on Internet Culture here in Lausanne. The aim of it being to introduce parents of school children to the world of the web, so that they have the means to follow their child’s work – and also be aware of the security and monitoring issues involving the web.
And if I do that, of course, a new set of documents will definately see the light of the day…
Oh yes! I almost forgot! Of course, I still have the project of feeding my blog entries into a database one day, so that I can serve them on “thematic” pages for you. That would be quite a lot of work though, and I am definately not going to take the time to learn MySQL just now.
I’m also seriously thinking of chopping up my long logbook pages into smaller units – a screen or two long. What do all you travel-library readers think about this?