Wednesday, August 10, 2011

I am not dead! Promise!

Sorry updating of this blog has fallen WAY behind lately.  After the arrival of my first child it has been very hard to find the time needed to devote to this site.  BUT my little girl has grown a bit and I might be able to eek out some more time soon. So stay tuned!


  1. Congrats on your first! My wife and I had our first in July 2011 and I am still trying to keep and and get it all done as well...

    I've been mildly interested in Linux for a long time, and am excited to get into this blog and learn some - found you on twitter!

    Anyway - congrats, and keep it up! I'm looking forward to learning from you!

  2. Thanks for taking time to read my blog, I am glad you are enjoying it! Be sure to check out my new post on how to setup a cheap CentOS server!

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