My new year resolution

Holding steady at 1280 x 854 but due for an upgrade soon.

Seriously, if you find yourself setting various goals just because something on the calendar changed, you probably don’t have the long-term motivation needed to see it through, which is why so many new years’ resolutions lie in broken heaps by mid February. If you think something is worth doing (like this for example), then forget the calendar and do it.

-m

2 Responses to “My new year resolution”

  1. Alessandro Vernet http://avernet.blogspot.com/

    Can you tell us more on what you mean by “reducing your online profile”? What does it mean to you? What are the benefits and drawbacks?

    It seems that the tendency lately has been to put more and more personal information online (“personal” in the sens “particular to you” rather than “private” or “confidential”).

    Alex

  2. mdubinko

    I mean in the sense of online sites primarily run by me (blogs, podcasts, tutorials, things that have my email address on them, and so on). The benefit is less cross-section exposed to the bad guys, making me a relatively less enticing target. It had to be done, no matter what the calendar said. :)

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