Look at me, MA

4 Jun 2003

I've not updated the page for a while, as I've been a little busy since I got back from Switzerland. In the two months (eep - I didn't realise it was that long until just now) I've been back, I've been to Roman and Carries wedding in the US (and very nice it was too), got my MA (which basically means that I'm entitled to wear a longer gown, should I want to), and done more than a few supervisions. However, the exams have started now, so I've finally got nothing to distract me from doing the PhD work that I badly need to do if I'm going to finish anywhere near December.

Which obviously means that I'm thinking of rewriting the software that generates this site.

I've been considering Blosxom, which is certainly a very neat piece of software, but I'm not sure how easy it would be to get it to work with all the existing XSLT stuff, which I don't want to throw away. We'll see what happens; I'm sure I'll pick the option that wastes the most time. Damn my subconscious.

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