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So it's official now, I shall be moving in a couple-few weeks. Out of suburbia and into the dangerous city. We managed to find a nice little pocket that looks clean and safe enough. Just off the lightrail and only three miles by bike from campus. Also near a little neighborhood that reminds me of Alberta.

That school thing seems to be coming along. This week my advisor and I'll be discussing where to place the final nails in the coffin. My post-graduation work is starting to get underway as well. And I've started releasing various bits of my Haskell code into the wild. Eventually I'll get around to updating my main homepage again to include all that.

Speaking of which, my posts have been rather programming-centric of late. I know many of y'all are into that sort of thing, but I don't want to scare the rest off. I've been thinking about joining Planet Haskell, though I'm wondering if I should spawn off another blog more focused for that (or, y'know, get the RSS feeds from my main site working again; though that doesn't allow for comments). Thoughts?

Date: 2008-08-19 11:33 am (UTC)From: [identity profile]
filter isProgrammingPost blogPosts? :-) Or not . isProgrammingPost, as appropriate. :-)

As i've indicated in my own LJ, i personally am not willing to section off bits of my life from each other for reader's personal convenience - indeed, given my distaste for often being expected to have different personas in different situations offline, i make a point of saying "i'm all these things at once, take it or leave it" when online. :-) But other people don't feel the same way, of course; and so joining Planet Haskell with a programming- (or Haskell-) specific blog might get you more readers. Particularly if it's the latter: i suspect the thirst for Haskell blogs is not yet quenched. :-)

Date: 2008-08-21 06:40 pm (UTC)From: [identity profile]
Don't have a long time to write but I just wanted to say hi. It's nice to read a "real post" because I don't really get most of your computer posts. That's not a bad thing necessarily-usually I just wind up sharing the information with Jamie.

I hope the move goes smoothly and that being in the dangerous city cuts down on that horrible commute we talked about when you are visiting.

Sending you good thoughts,

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