It’s been a little while since I’ve updated my blog, and even though it’s old news by now, I thought I’d let everyone know that I’m no longer part of linuxworldnet.com. I enjoyed my time blogging there, but I’m sure everyone’s noticed that I have a hard enough time keeping up with just this blog, let along three. But it’s not all bad news. Martin, aka dadexter, has picked up Minimum Linux, and I’m excited to see where he takes it. And even though there is no official posting to introduce himself, Linux Security has a new contact listed in the “About” section. I’m excited to see where that one goes as well.
To Jon, I enjoyed it while it lasted! I wish I could have stayed longer, but the network deserves more than I felt I could give. By stepping aside, I feel like I’m giving the network a better chance than if I stuck around. Good luck with everything you do! And that goes for my former compatriots over on Linux World Net as well 🙂
Today, there’s a new post on A Voice Within:
Hello to all. This message is from Kaye, Frank’s wife. I am sorry to inform you that Frank passed away last night.
The other day, I ran across a blog by a gentleman named Frank, titled A Voice Within. It really struck a chord with me, because I hear the voice too, telling me to wait. I have offered Frank to wait with him until we are instructed otherwise, because I am waiting either way. But maybe the voice is more clear to him than it is to me, and he’ll know what needs done before I do. In the meantime, I wait…
I took the weekend off from cassieiswatching to spend some time with friends and attend the Ohio LinuxFest and just wanted to thank them for the great time they provided on Saturday. I also wanted to thank them for adding me to the blogroll on their blog. I didn’t ask for them to do this, nor did they notify my. And all it cost me was doing what any Linux geek with a blog should have done: added a banner for the fest!
I’ll be writing more about the fest over the next couple of weeks, I’m sure, but I’ll be doing most of those posts over on Linux World Net.