Making time to blog

Monday, November 15th, 2004
It's been a busy few weeks. Quick summary: 200+ user deployment of the eProductivity for Lotus Notes currently underway with others planned for 2005, the local AWANA season just ended (including another special appearance by my alter ego, Cubbie Bear) and another season has just begun, a large system deployment for a client in Ojai, the Jr. Robotics team that I am coaching is now in full-swing and we have our first competition this week, I'm into my 3rd week of my Organizational Management upper-division courses with many papers to write, a visit from Channel 9 Guy, and finally, a new  wireless mobility project for the Treo 650 in the early stages of planning. All of this, on top of everything else that a homeschool father and geek has to do.

How does he do it? Sorry, no magic pill - like the Geritol commercials on Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom.

I am simply blessed to have an amazing wife, a supportive family, a great team to work with, the GTD methodology, and eProductivity help me keep it all together.

I've collected and started to draft at least 6 new blog topics. I hope to start posting these in the next week or two. Stay tuned.


Discussion/Comments (3):

AWANA... Haven´t thought about that in awhile...

My wife and I were active in that at our church. She ran the older age group and I was the secretary. Our kids did it for a couple of years, but never really got into it.

Posted at 11/19/2004 9:31:34 by Thomas Duff

Channel 9 Guy

The Channel 9 Guy also recently attended a presentation I gave at the Portland Notes Users Group last week:

Posted at 11/21/2004 10:11:33 by Bruce Elgort

re: AWANA... Haven´t thought about that in awhile...

Thomas, the AWANA program has been a tremendous blessing to our family. I wish that I had been involved in a program like this when I was a kid. My older girls

pushed themselves to earn the Timothy Award a year early. I'm amazed at the capacity of children to remember. I wish I had their memory.

Best regards,


Posted at 11/21/2004 21:00:36 by Eric Mack

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