For those who follow this blog, I sincerely regret the rather extended hiatus. No, that’s not entirely accurate. As evidenced by the POB Twitter feed embedded on this page, I haven’t been gone at all, but rather, just active on other channels.
So what has POB been up to this whole time?
A variety of things, most prominently, learning front-end web development which as it turns out doesn’t really involve what you’re thinking it does –
Here, take a look for yourself.
That’s nice, POB. I don’t know what I’m looking at but it is quite colorful.
And now for the $64 thousand dollar question on everyone’s mind…
So when will I write my own original content again?
That’s a really good question. I’m always good for a retina-searing diatribe against state and federal agencies that are allegedly consumer-oriented in nature, most notably, California’s own ironically named Employment Development Department whose main job (as far as I can tell) is to determine exactly how many levels it can take Dante’s Hell to while proclaiming (with a straight face) that it is helping the state’s unemployed workers. For those who missed it the first time, and for those who want to relive the fun, follow the link to the article in question – EDD Tenth Circle of Hell.
I don’t have a target date of my next piece. All I can say is follow me on Twitter so you won’t miss a beat.
Thanks for your continuing support and encouragement.