The Seattle area is notorious for its darkness during the winter due to the combination of latitude and weather. (A little-known fact is that Seattle is farther north than the majority of the Canadian population - check the map!)
Contrary to popular opinion, it doesn't rain every day, but It has been a dark, cloudy, grey, damp winter here in the Pacific Northwest and when we're not skiing (at night), reading, working, playing music in our garages or planning trips to sunny climes, we think about the sun and blue skies.
This morning the fog burned off, and a gorgeous day is blossoming. With it comes an additional spring to step and thought, and dreams hatched in dark caves of clouds come into the light and fledge.
If you're a frequent visitor to TechNet over the past year or so, you may havee noticed that we've been doing some repainting and moving the furniture around, and hopefully these changes have made your TechNet web experience better.
Last week, we kicked off planning for TechNet 2.0, and instead of approaching it from taking what we have today and adding a new paint and furniture, we're going to build a new house.
We have a blue sky, where everything will be considered and nothing yet seems impossible or crazy.
What would you like to have TechNet 2.0 be for you?
In a few months, it will have been fifteen years since I set up my first web server on a spare Mac II