This is my (in)activity log. You might like to visit my employer
Novell which is an amazing company, and also
Dell who in days of yore provided me with a
free laptop for Gnome development / conferences.
Also if you have the time to read this sort of stuff you could enlighten
yourself by going to Unraveling Wittgenstein's net or if
you are feeling objectionable perhaps here.
Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
- Up early, off to NCC, did creche. Back for lunch in the
garden: very sunny. J. to sleep, played with babes, DVD on the wall
for them. Tea, put them to bed.
- Listened to
The Covenant of Marriage on Genesis 2:18-25
Interestingly discovered that notes with the
content already exist. Some great content. Persons unclear on the concept:
"Dear Diary, what's new ?", or a more interesting socialogical excerpt:
Nevertheless, a study from Rutgers University entitled "The State
of Our Unions: The Social Health of Marriage in America", concludes
that the institution of marriage is continuing to weaken, with a
smaller portion of the population getting married than at any other
time in our nation's history. In fact, since 1970 the rate of marriage
has declined by one third. Perhaps even more worrisome is the
discovery that fewer married couples than in any previous study report
being 'very happy' in their marriage. What makes this level of
unhappiness surprising is that since 1969, when no-fault divorce was
instituted, the rate of divorce has tripled. The population of married
persons has been reduced by a vast number of unhappy marriages, and
yet those who are still married are less happy than ever.
Struck again by Christ sacrifice for those who reject him;
unrequited love indeed.
In case it's not painfully obvious: the reflections reflected here are my
own; mine, all mine ! and don't reflect the views of Novell, The
Lithuanian Gov't or Arnold Schwarzenegger. It's also important to
realise that I'm not in on the Swedish Conspiracy.
Occasionally people ask for formal photos for conferences,
Michael Meeks (firstname.lastname@example.org)