It’s that time of year when web loggers everywhere sum up the year gone by. Also, I couldn’t let a certain small milestone pass by without a mention: Punkchip has been online for 1 year (since Friday 16th December 2004).
From then I have racked up the following statistics:
- 28 posts
- 11 categories
- 89 comments
I admit, that is a pretty poor amount of posts and I will strive to rectify this in the new year. That is the first new year’s resolution that I have made, hopefully one that will not fall by the wayside. To ensure that this resolution succeeds I must connect my new computer, which has been sat doing nothing much for the last few weeks, to the Internet – so now I have a 2nd resolution that could unwittingly foil the first. So much pressure.
Here are a few of the year’s highlights – thankfully there have been more, but unfortunately I didn’t post on them so this is what I’m left with:
- I’ve learnt to ski in Tignes, France.
- Started working in London, something I didn’t think I would have been able to do a year ago.
- Standardised and validated my company’s website – it gave me huge satisfaction knowing I’d put time and effort into making our corporate website usable and accessible to all.
- Attended my first conference.
My new year’s resolutions are:
Connect my computer to the Internet, wirelessly
- Write more posts
- Redesign punkchip
Move out of parents’ house – closer to work Start and complete the first Sun Certification for Java Programming exam Not worry about turning 27 years old Upgrade to a newer version of WordPress
Do you have any recurring resolutions or ones that are a bit different from the norm this year?
Enjoy Christmas, I’ll be back in the New Year