Back Online

Right, I’m back in the driving seat - we finally have the internet in our new flat. We’ve been here for a month now without it, hence the lack of updates. I’m planning big things over the next month though (in the sense that I’ve actually got a new article half written!)

Everything’s looking good. I hope you and yours are having a happy and prosperous holiday season. See you in the new year!

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  1. by greatred on December 26, 2005 11:59 PM

    Welcome back to the real world!

    Out of interest… Did you find yourself much more able to focus on work without having the Internet around to distract you? (apart from the annoyingness of not being able to look things up on the ‘web)

  2. by Neil Crosby [TypeKey Profile Page] on December 30, 2005 07:44 PM

    You know, not really! At work I had access to the internets, so I was able to do everything I needed workwise quite easily. At home, however, I was very much settling into the new flat with Becca. So, while it was annoying not having the internet available it didn’t really mean that I got more done.

  3. by greatred on December 30, 2005 07:56 PM

    I guess that it’s just me then :)

  4. by Neil Crosby [TypeKey Profile Page] on December 30, 2005 07:59 PM

    No - if I’d been trying to get stuff written for the website and the internet had been available it probably would have been harder to get going. As it was, there just wasn’t time available to be doing any of that anyway!

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