After more than 2 months of silence, I’m writing again.
I’ve just spent the night in the office, working!@#$!@#. I pratically have been working for almost 30 hours since yesterday morning, 9 AM, with probably just one hour sleep (and not a continuous one hour! >:( ). We were (and still now) rushing to meet the deadline to print student report cards today. We (the schools to be precise) didn’t perfectly made the deadline. One school just print report cards for 1 class only, another made it manually. They both probably will print the actual report cards tomorrow or on Monday. It has been a very exhausting week for all of us here at MCEC(Makassar Cyber Education Center).
Anyway, I’ve been to various places and events in these past two months. I’ve been to Bali, and visited Bedugul and Kuta for about 10 days. I’ve been to Toraja during the Idul Fitri holidays. Many Christmas celebrations, and other events. The “S2IS”:http://john.chendra.net/index.php/2005/10/26/another-waiting-is-over/ perfectly suits every event :). I’m thinking and looking for a way to share the pictures (which some I’ve already used as wallpapers), probably using “Gallery 2 (Gallery 2)”:http://gallery.menalto.com/ or “Flickr (Flickr)”:http://www.flickr.com/.
For the past 2 weeks, I also have join the “Fedora Ambassadors”:http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Ambassadors/. I’m hoping to contribute to linux, maybe not in programming or other geeky stuff, but at least I know I am helping to spread the Freedom 🙂
I’ve been browsing through the “WordPress Theme Viewer (WP Theme Viewer)”:http://themes.wordpress.net/ again, and found many beautiful themes. And yes, I am also planning on upgrading this blog to WP 2.
Maybe those are my blog’s New Year Resolution. As for myself, I’m really looking forward to do what I have learnt during the Haggai Institute seminars in “Malino”:http://john.chendra.net/index.php/2005/10/26/haggai-institute/ or Bedugul.
Anyway, To close the post, and the year, I just want to say, Have yourself a Happy New Year! … Christmas you ask? We should have it everyday… in our hearts! 🙂