I’m such a slacker, random Monday musings
I was updating the site code today after signing up for a Google Analytics account when I noticed I haven’t posted anything new in over a week.
Man I’m such a slacker sometimes.
Truth be told, it’s been a fairly crazy week. My skills as a product manager (the little title under my name on my biz card) were put to the test over the last two weeks as the company I work for pushed through some very large projects in a very, VERY short amount of time. Nothing I can’t handle, it just makes for some really rough work days. Thankfully I had a nice relaxing weekend.
On the 11th one of our cats (Zoey) had her kittens:
She had four total, even though all you see here are the first set of two. All of them will be going to good homes after they’ve had about eight weeks to become more independent.
Let’s see… what else…
I’ve voted in every presidential election since I was 18. Last week I voted in my first mayoral election, and I’m happy to say the guy I voted for won (first time that’s happened in ANY election I’ve voted in). Why did I vote for this particular candidate? Simple: I want to see if he’ll make a difference. Lansing has had the same mayor for several terms now, and it really seems like the city has done nothing but stagnate while the former mayor was in office. Hopefully Mr. Bernero will show us something other than the status quo.
Friends and family know that I keep several different pages on the internet for a variety of purposes. There’s the blog you’re reading now, my Flickr account for digital pictures, my del.icio.us account for sharing bookmarks, my depository for freeware titles Freeware Freak, and my Last.fm profile where you can check out the music that I’ve been listening to.
Through the awesome data-merging service SuprGlu you can now view all of the content above in one place, or with one RSS feed if you’re into the whole news aggregation scene. Point your browser at http://jasonrallen.suprglu.com/ to get all the latest posts, pics, bookmarks, and track listings.
That’s about it for now. Hopefully you’ll hear from me again before Thanksgiving.