I think that the sheer size of my web site, with its different sections and somewhat Byzantine organization, has been an obstacle to my updating it with any regularity. Updating it has become a chore, and I have no time in my life for chores. For that reason, I've decided to try this change to a blog format. In theory, this will both encourage and help me to update more frequently, without having to make a big production out of every update.
I'm sick today, home from work and tinkering around with this iBlog software demo. I started feeling just really tired about noonish yesterday, and got progressively worse as the day went on. By the time I got home a little after six, I had a fever over 100°, and I just went to bed. I thought seriously about throwing up around 8. By midnight, the fever had passed. I still feel pretty out of it, hence the whole being home thing, but I'm sure glad I don't feel as bad as I did yesterday.
It's bad timing: I've got a deadline tomorrow, for the d20 Modern book I've been working on. So I'm planning to keep working at home today, in between what I hope will be frequent naps. I haven't eaten since lunch yesterday... hm... am I up for it?
Next week I start a period of serving on the development team, looking at a core D&D book and an Eberron supplement. Speaking of Eberron--it's showing up in various places now. The first place I heard of it being on sale was in Finland, then Germany. Anyone got it in the U.S. yet? I'm very excited about its release.