Well, its been ages since I've written in this journal, and since I have an account here, and plenty of tripe to spout off, I might as well take advantage of it. I mean, when someone gives you a soapbox, even when you have nothing valuable to say, you should say it regardless. How else can you explain the profusion of blogs out there?
Well, some updates. I'm giving a talk at OSCon 2004 titled "Introduction to Developing Client/Server Applications in Mozilla/XUL", and hopefully I won't trip over my own feet on the podium. This will be my first visit to OSCon, and even my first talk I'll ever be giving. I expect my audience to be pretty forgiving about my presentation though; after all, we're all geeks here, and we seldom crawl out from under our rocks, and can probably relate to each other.
I've recently begun playing with RDF. Oh baby, it rocks! Even more than that, I've been doing more than ever before in Mozilla, especially now that I'm applying REST methodologies to my work. I'm developing a prototype project for something at work, which will also be the sample project for my talk, and it promises to be very sexy.