Wondering where posts from me have been for the last month or so?
After all, what could I really have been doing with all that free time… not counting Macworld. And not counting Christmas with the in-laws. Or the kid being home for three weeks. And not counting an occasional post about my del.icio.us links. And not counting writing a (good-sized and well-received) iPhone/iTouch app for Macworld Expo.
(come to think of it, maybe there hasn’t been that much free time…)
Well, the cat’s out of the bag, via John Moltz; his article IDG To Release Macworld Extended Edition mentioned:
A 1,000 page fictional account of Macworld Expo 2008 written by Dori Smith entitled Harry Potter and the Schwag Bag of Moscone.
Yep, that’s what I’ve been up to…
What? You mean to tell me that you think a site called Crazy Apple Rumors can’t be trusted?? Honestly, I think that CARS is at least as trustworthy as any other Mac rumors site.
Now out, from the lynda.com Online Training Library is Ajax Essential Training, featuring: me.
If you’re a lynda.com subscriber (and you should be!) it’s available now for online viewing. If you’re not, you can check out the free previews, and maybe that will change your mind. If you want to wait for the CD, it should be available some time next month.