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No more excuses

Over the course of the past four months, I've moved my 'blog off of Radio Userland and established a new home at Typepad -- a choice that I am very happy to have made.  Then I started in on my computer platforms, and have (happily and relatively painlessly) emigrated to my new PowerBook and Mac OS X.  The question, at that point, was one of browsers, since Safari and IE (which come standard on the Mac) don't support the wysiwig editing provided by the TypePad QuickPost applet. 

I've played with Firefox for months on my Windows machines, and have been using tabbed browsers for a couple of years, so I finally decided to make the switch and ... lo and behold, it all works.  A rather easy export-to-import of my bookmarks from Safari to Firefox, and I'm on my way.  (Once I have time to get an add-in that permits me to return to the full set of mouse gestures and mouse-click combinations to control Firefox, I'll be a really happy guy.)

And now, to the title of the post ... I have no more excuses for not feeding the 'blog.  It all works the way it should, and I'm ready to start this again.  The question for me now is what makes for a good, satisfying set of thought streams?  I'm loath to stay too techie, if only because it's not how I think.  (It also would tend to give up a little too much of what I'm doing at Univa !)  So, it's now time to try and "... find my voice."

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