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Travel Bug Etc.
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Good grief, but the travel bug has recently bit me bad.

Probably this resulted from being abroad or taking vacations about this time of year over the past couple years. In 1999 it was Sequoia, Death Valley, Catalina Island and the Colorado River (relatively local locales, but very new to use at the time). In 2000 it was Southern England. In 2001, Iceland (although earlier in the year). In 2002 it was Egypt. This year had no trips longer than a few days. It's weird to have it as an almost physical need. Maybe I'll do something over Xmas week since I have it off. If I can wait that long.

Signed up for SoCal GenCon for Fri/Sat Dec 12/13. Expecting to play a fair number of board games of the kind we usually enjoy, but with strangers. Will be interesting to see whether they have better strategies than we employ.

No, I didn't run out to see Master and Commander tonight, mostly because of feeling a strong need to work on the new business venture, which I've been doing steadily. I've stopped posting the boring details of the day-to-day work on that since it would get rather dry I expect. But I also didn't want to fight crowds tonight to see it. So maybe next weekend. It's receiving glowing praise from critics, so I'm definitely looking forward to it.

Registered Property360 as a DBA (doing business as) in Los Angeles last week. Couldn't believe the amount of paper junk mail received as a result already. Got five pieces today, as a direct result of that action. I expect it will continue to pour in now.

Speaking of P360, I wonder about the usefulness and benefits of joining organizations related to the endeavour. For example, there's the International QuickTime VR Association, which is a network of panorama developers. I've never been a member of any professional organization before, just because I'm not terribly career oriented. But it might be helpful to join this one now, for biz ops, communications, etc., etc.

Think it's worth joining for $75? Input requested.

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