Archive for December, 2003
Another time-saving thing for when I’m back at work: MS Protect.
I’ve been asked to fly out for a second round. It’s on my bill, which was kind of a surprise, but it’s a low-level government job so maybe not.
If I can catch a decent seat sale I’ll go. I’m willing to make an investment in this opportunity. For a cost of 150$ the benefit, even if I don’t get the job, is pretty high.
Fingers crossed, eh?
Just arrived late last night in BC. WestJet’s service was fantastic. Made the journey absolutely amazing!
If you are reading this, it’s highly likely that I’m in BC skiing, having a ball, opening presents or watching Lord of the Rings. Either way, I won’t be posting much during the holidays.
So, for old and new readers alike I thought I’d provide some holiday reading material.
First, a quick intro to this site and who I am, for the first-timer. I’m Jeremy C. Wright. I’m a business and IT guy from Canada. I work for a large charity (a church in fact, but my work rarely involves the religious side of things). I’ve got a great family and a fantastic new baby son. I’m glad Saddam’s been caught.
Ensight was started just over 6 months ago, and ever since then I’ve been posting rather regularly (often 10-15 entries per day). I blog on a variety of topics including business, technology and a whole host of other things. For a more complete list feel free to browse the category entries to the right.
While blogging I’ve released a few pieces of software, free (under Ensight’s Creative Commons License). These bits of software are also available from the homepage, top right hand side.
Anyways, if you enjoy the type of thing I read about, be sure to check out Business Pundit, A Penny For and Jeremy Zawodny’s blog. From there you should be able to browse a large variety of other like-minded and interesting sites, or you can take a look at the long list of sites I read at the right of the main page.
I wish I had as much to say to my regular readers, besides thanks of course. I’ll be back on the 27th of December, though my blogging will be fairly light until I start work again on the 5th of January.
So, I figure that until then I have two options. Either I can bore you to tears recapping some highlights or I can give you a list of some sites I wish I had time to read while I’m gone.
I figured I’d do the latter. Why? Because it’s much easier!
Tech Jeremy Z’s Blog
I know this stuff’s on my blogroll, but at the same time too bad. I’d hate to ignore my regular readers since it’s the constant emails I get that normally make my day.
Have a great Christmas everyone!