Years ago I was an artist, mostly pen and ink and pencil work, and that went well, but I ran out of time to dedicate to it. Then I got into music, percussion and piano actually, and that dried up due to lack of opportunities running head-on into family life. It was time to focus on a career with a greater probability of stability and reliability. That's a lot of -ilities for sure. I sort of fell into computers and software back in the 1990's by accident. My job as a naval designer led me to the early CAD/CAM world. That was UNIX (Computervision CADDS 4X, then Intergraph), and it was a fantastic time to be getting into that new world. From there I was led into AutoCAD on the 386-DX PC and DOS. Remember when SX and DX mattered? Remember when DX2 chips came out? The rest is pretty much like everyone else: DOS to Netware to Windows 95 and NT and so on.
Where was I? Oh yes. Asking the question of whether to quit or not to quit doing this blog. I think the answer is not to quit. I still need to let it flow and hopefully I'll figure out a theme or focus on which to narrow my efforts down to be more interesting and efficient. Maybe not. Who knows. Stream of conciousness writing has some interesting qualities, even if the stream wanders into some stupid areas at times. Oh well. I'm sticking with it for now. If you think I should focus on something or certain types of topcs in particular, let me know? Otherwise, I will just continue to ramble on like a skatterbrain.