Last entry: November 5. Eeep.
In case you were wondering, I'm still around; it's just that after an extended period with choppy Internet access in Silang, Cavite from November 3 to November 12, I've been stricken with inertia blog-wise. Though I've had a decent connection in Manila since November 13, I've opted to spend more time out with friends than writing blog posts.
And since November 15, when I returned to Davao? Busy with classes, among other things.
I don't know if I'll ever catch up on the news from the Lost Two Weeks. Suffice to say they've been very refreshing and reinvigorating for me. I attended Asia Source 3, an open source jamboree of sorts, and facilitated a five-day session for regional participants. I made many friends, too, and probably most important, I found out I wasn't alone in my approach or philosophy.
Back in Davao: ten units of classes in Ateneo (though I protested earlier I would only handle five), but that's all right. I think by now I can already teach Open Source and Operating Systems in my sleep.
A friend from Canada, whom I have not seen in almost ten years, is in town.
And this Friday, I'm reading an excerpt from one of my short stories for a big National Book Development Board (NBDB) bash at Ateneo de Davao, so I'm busy with rehearsals.
Meh. This blog can wait. But you can still follow my adventures over at my Plurk account.