My cut-and-paste year

Volume 9, Issue 1; 01 Jan 2006; last modified 08 Oct 2010

A baker's dozen sentences from 2005.

January: Ok, I'm paraphrasing a little, but you get the idea. February: Why did it take five years to finish that spec? March: It finally came, the day I was worried about from the very beginning… April: I heard them last night, the spring peepers have started peeping. May: I set out one afternoon with a mind to photograph all of the different kinds of flowers that I could find within a short walk of the beach. June: Remember: this is a compromise. July: …it struck me that being treated like a thief was turning me into a crook. August: And, lucky for my ego, there were no pictures of me running across the back yard swatting myself. September: But that's still a little bit inconvenient, and isn't this exactly what Greasemonkey is for? October: XML Catalogs V1.1 is an OASIS Standard. (Also in October, if I can cheat just a little: …we approved publication of DocBook V5.0b1 as the first official (test) release of DocBook V5.0.) November: In the grand scheme of things, there's not really any bad to speak of. December: I've done another revision of the vCard ontology that I've been working on.