Update: fixed year, thanks!
Forgot I hadn’t done one of these for December. Good thing I’ve been getting my to-do capture system sorted out again. In November’s review, I said:
What will December look like? Lots of good work, more productivity
experiments, maybe some Android hacking, a few social get-togethers,
and onwards to another great year.
We did most of the work on Project M and Project S, both Drupal projects for non-profits who had received grants from IBM. I experimented with changing what day my week starts on, making taho, illustrating cards, and Android use. Lots of Android hacking, too. Oh, and we disassembled and reassembled a new washing machine and dryer, and both worked! Boy, did we ever learn a lot from that. I posted more sketchnotes, networking tips, Emacs news, and career reflections, too.
- Plans for January:
- [ ] Finish Project M
- [ ] Finish Project S
- [ ] Start new project
- [ ] Host get-together
- [ ] Send delayed holiday cards
- [ ] Get into the habit of meeting people
- [ ] Improve my routines: set aside time for drawing, sewing, and making presentations
- [ ] Post goals
- Development, work, and geek stuff
- XKCD, tic-tac-toe, and fractal goodness
- Android life so far
- Android Tasker: Setting time limits for Angry Birds and other timesucks
- More MobileOrg hacking on the Android
- Test-driven development and happiness
- Code and consulting
- More reflections on code and consulting
- Using Simpletest and spreadsheets to populate Drupal with data
- Reflections on mentoring new developers in Drupal
- Drupal fixes: Modifying the entries in Calendar
- What’s coming up in Emacs 24
- Life and experiments
- Writing and blogging
- Writing about lots of different kinds of things
- What if sharing knowledge could make a difference between life and death?
- Understanding analytics for personal blogs