Rumours of my death...

Flattery abounds, it seems - I am flattered by David Berlind's concern for my health and sanity (and have forwarded it to my manager to act on as I head out to the Java User Group in Stockholm for tonight's meeting...). And I completely agree with him about Jim Grisanzio as an excellent commentator. But I have to say that one of the reasons I feel at liberty to leave my blog untouched for 20 days while I go to speak in Japan and Brazil (and, I admit, take it easy over Thanksgiving) is the fact that I've already multiplied the workers at the harvest by the very creation (with many others) of blogs.sun.com and by its uptake by 3,000 or so Sun employees.

Having said that, one of the things I've not quite come to terms with is how to keep up a stream of worthwhile blogging while I am engaged in confidential activity. I find my thought processes consumed by it and my ability to keep hints of it out of my serious writing very hard. Consequently, I tend to stick to del.icio.us postings and personal comment over on Webmink during such periods. I'm back now, though, and I have plenty to say on both open source governance and on open document format standards...

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Good to hear that you're going strong, I was reading Tom's blog on Planet Classpath and decided to stop by to see how things are going :) have fun, dalibor topic

Posted by Dalibor Topic on November 29, 2005 at 04:40 AM PST #

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