Tuesday, October 04, 2005

I'm Still Alive

Sorry for not posting for a while. I'm still alive, just crazy busy as I've recently changed jobs. I've gone back to project management. Silly girl. I'm climbing the learning curve right now. When I get to the other side, I'll start posting again.

Cheers!
Trillian

5 Comments:

At 2:59 PM, Blogger Dean said...

Wow. You do like to keep busy, don't you?

How's your novel coming? Every bit that you've posted has been interesting, so I keep hoping for more.

Oh, and you're going to have to change your blogger description, because you're not an IT writer any more. I suggest that you keep this one handy, though, for the next time you flip back. :)

 
At 12:01 AM, Blogger T.J. said...

Hey....

Been a very long time since I've poked my nose in here, but you know how it goes.

I have to ask you....What did you think of the HGTTG movie?

Sigh.

T.

 
At 12:49 PM, Blogger Trillian said...

Hey Dean - Yeah - I meant to change the description, but you know how it goes - I got busy and forgot. The novel is going nowhere fast, unlike your impressive progress. I've really got to push myself to keep writing.

TJ - The movie. Hmm. I had heard that it wasn't that great before I saw it so I tried to go in with an open mind. Alas, it wasn't up to what I had hoped. It was dumbed down and homogenized. All the set-up lines were there without the punchlines. There were a few good moments, like the dolphins, but it was a bit disappointing. My 10 year old son, who read the books, enjoyed it, and maybe that's who it was marketed for. I don't think that Douglas would have liked it.

 
At 11:29 PM, Blogger Carmi said...

I've begun advance-scheduling my time to keep the sidebar and other infrastructure-like bits of the blog up-to-date. I think late 2007 is my next CSS/XML editing session.

Until then, I'll focus on words that, like, bring in money. Them's my favorites.

 
At 2:49 AM, Blogger T.J. said...

Yeah...I watched it the other day, and was pretty disappointed...

I mean, really. It was wrong from the opening narration. The story does not start with a man, it starts with a house.

Went downhill for me from there. And what was up with the totally made up excursion to Vogsphere?

I'm glad that I didn't have to pay to see it.

T.

 

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