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Greg Black

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Worthy organisations

Amnesty International Australia — global defenders of human rights

global defenders of human rights

Médecins Sans Frontières — help us save lives around the world

Médecins Sans Frontières - help us save lives around the world

Electronic Frontiers Australia — protecting and promoting on-line civil liberties in Australia

Electronic Frontiers Australia


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Software resources

GNU Emacs


The FreeBSD Project

Wed, 17 Nov 2004

Six months on

I reflected on my blogging experience after two months and said I would come back to think about it again in a few more months. This blog is six months old today, so this seems like the time for that. Nothing has changed much since then—I’m finding time to write the occasional article, but not as much as I’d like; but it’s not taking up so much time that other things suffer. It’s pretty clear now that I’ve found a rhythm that suits me and that I’ll probably continue much as I have begun. I don’t plan to come back to this topic unless something dramatic changes.