I'm starting to blog more in Fargo, and less in the desktop-based environment.
Eventually I'll move my whole act over there, but in the meantime, here's a pointer to my latest piece.
This is the system I've been dreaming of, and finally it's coming into view.
It's very true that there are advantages to being young and starting fresh. I learned the web too, but at the time, I already had a couple of careers under my belt.
On the other hand, there are also advantages to having experience. The great movie Any Given Sunday is a perfect theme for how programmers work together, as it tells the story of the struggles of a coach and a young quarterback to win the Superbowl. Excellent acting and storytelling by Al Pacino, Jamie Foxx and Oliver Stone. If you haven't seen it, go. It'll open your eyes. I recommend it to all the programmers I work with.
PS: If you want to hook into my new feed, it's here: http://dave.smallpict.com/rss.xml. If your aggregator has trouble reading it, let me know. I'm sure we haven't worked out all the kinks yet.