Probably not, but it's cool.
Even in the beginning of January this might be one of the funniest things we'll see this year.
January: Seems to have been quite a quiet time. M came over for the sales but couldn't find evidence of much going on in January.
February: Went to Lux for Valentines day. Again no evidence of major activity apart from work and study.
March: Had a wicked St. Patricks day / Tried to track down a stalker / Elections / M Father's death / Mum was unwell / A little chick started hatching in my head.
April: Moved to a new house. Went for wedding in Poland.
May: Went to Westport with the miss. Got engaged!
June: Worked a lot on the VAST competition. Tuska Festival. Spain won Euro 2008.
July: Started planning the Japan trip.
August: Japan trip planning. Had a rather disappointing b'day.
September: Japan trip, The unholy trinity concert, Wedding in Slovakia.
October: Another Lux trip. InfoVis conference in the US.
November: Animation Experiment. Obama elected president of the US.
December: Experiment going on. End to end business trips. Roberta got married. Christmas and New Year.
Best book I read this year: Master and Margarita
Best film: The Dark Knight
Project of the year: VAST Competition
Best Holiday: Japan
Best Concert: The unholy trinity
Best Game(s): Mahjong on MahjongTime / NHL 2009
Most Useful Software: Tableau and Processing
New thing tried in 2008: Proposing
Band discovery of the year: Amon Amarth / Nile
Favourite Pub: 12th Lock
Total Number of Trips: [Lost count in the end]
Back from the Christmas holidays and back to work routine, after a week of running-in. Not quite still under holiday blues, but the work engines are still very cold.
This year will be a year of some major changes. The anticipated projects in the pipeline are writing the masters thesis and moving to Luxembourg.
As now has become the custom, I ignored the blog completely during the holidays. Happy New Year to everyone. Hope this year will be better than your last ;)
I think this is the longest stretch of time that I have spent away from the blog. As anticipated October and November were absolutely mental with work, most of which was self inflicted. Apart from sitting for hours at a time writing code, writing words and preparing presentations, I had a fair share of travel. I lost track of all the flights I had, but they included several trips to London, trip to Denver, and trips to the dot and the semi-colon.