It's March 1, and spring approaches. What was I thinking about in the previous 10 years on this date? Since my blog is now old enough, we can find out:
- 2001: I had just re-joined my old band.
- 2002: I highlighted some of the websites I worked on, and an online style guide I didn't.
- 2003: I waited a few days, then spewed out stuff about digital cameras, earplugs, software piracy, cheap pens, and the Editors' Association of Canada.
- 2004: I went on one of my regular rants about how human brains misunderstand statistics.
- 2005: I marked the death of Jef Raskin, irascible pioneer of computer interfaces.
- 2006: The bizarre and unlamented iPod Hi-Fi, women in science, and the Internet as oxygen.
- 2007: I learned a good lesson about painkillers.
- 2008: I almost passed out in a messy and embarrassing way.
- 2009: A fantastic drive to Tofino on Vancouver Island.
- 2010: The fun-yet-schockingly-lame 2010 Olympic Closing Ceremony.
It's unlikely I'll live until March 1 next year, so that list should now be complete.