Shame on me, again

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So, I found some free time this weekend and I swore to myself that I’d write on the blog again.  So here I am, posting and feeling horribly bad about not posting since November.  Last night while I was laying in bed, it occurred to me that I have a technology problem.  Perhaps, a better word would be addiction.  I cant seem to focus on one piece of technology.  Since starting my new job, I’ve been exposed to lots of new technology and I want to dive into it all.  Hence, the problem focusing on particular piece.  Its all so interesting to me! 

The process sort of goes like this.  I find some free time, so I decide I’m going to sit down and study for my next Cisco test.  Before studying, I pop open my laptop and check my RSS feeds.  Someone will have posted a blog entry about something really interesting like SIP trunks, VMWare, or load balancing/GTM.  I read the post, get excited about the technology, and four hours later I’m neck deep in whitepapers about it. 

Don’t get me wrong, I love it all, but once in awhile I need to find a way to focus on a single piece of the puzzle.

Anyone else have this issue? 

I look forward to getting back on the blogging ‘horse’ so to speak.  A big thanks to all my patient readers out there!

3 thoughts on “Shame on me, again

  1. @dboftlp

    Nope, never happens. I didn’t get to this blog that way. I’ve never wandered into any great new-to-me blogs with tons of ideas and great content while I should be reading the new book that I got in, despite being neck deep in another, but it popped up in a twitter conversation I was reading while I was reading the 1st book… Don’t really know anything about any of that!
    Looking forward to watching your feed in my RSS stream and reading back on old posts, thanks.

    @dboftlp

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  2. Mary

    No, that has never happened to me, but I am glad to see that you’re back on the blogging “horse,” so to speak.

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