I enjoy writing. I don’t think I’m particularly great at it but I enjoy it nonetheless. When asked what I’d do if I wasn’t doing what I am doing now – I’ll usually say that I’d like to either write Macintosh software or write for a newspaper.
For those of you that do not know, I used to run a small blog with a few friends where we tried our hat at writing about geeky topics. We called it TheUberGeeks.net, or TUG.n, and we’ve recently begun working on its resurrection. We’ve got some big plans (as big as they can get giving it our night and weekend attention for the next few months) and I hope that anyone that used to subscribe will find their way back to TUG.n.
We’ve got two new articles up there and we’ll have at least a few more before this week is out. The two most recent articles were written by me:
- An iPhone FAQ – covering the top questions I receive from people that see me with an iPhone.
- Porting Mac applications to Windows – An interview with Cris Pearson of plasq – where I conduct a short interview with the CEO of a small software development company about the challenges of porting software with a small team.
I’m looking forward to seeing Chris’ Song of the Week return in style as well as Josue’s coverage of several TV series. In the next month or so we’ll have several pretty neat announcements there, so keep your ear to the ground. Actually, just subscribe to the TUG.n feed, and that will keep you up-to-date.
We’re back baby!