Facing the Music

It’s never to late to say I’m wrong… A few weeks ago, the Dancing with the Stars champion was crowned, and Nick Lachey won. (EDIT: It’s Drew Lachey, not Jessica’s ex.) On January 8, I predicted my winner for Dancing with the Stars, and… I was wrong. Tatum O’Neal did NOT win, sadly.

I’ve decided to start drowning my sorrows tonight by working on a new project. It’s something that could be updated as much as the TDI Story Tracker, and be – in theory – as useful, if not more so. Possibly. I’m terribly excited about the idea, and I even created the graphic for this page.

I don’t know when it will premiere, but it should be – in theory – in a few weeks. If you’re the type that can get “6” by seeing “1” on one page, “2” on another, and deducing that I’m working on “3”, then this clue is for you. Or maybe my phraseology and my clue just confused you even more. If that’s the case, don’t worry, because I confuse myself all the time. Seriously.

I’ll give you an update on the mystery project when I can get more work done on it.

And NO, it’s not a new blog. Necessarily. Though I guess I *could* put it on it’s own domain. Huh. Well, that’s something to think about…


3 Responses to “Facing the Music”

  1. Mark Says:

    My guess would be that it’s something involving Java. (Hence the “cool beans” comment.) A player of some sort, perhaps?

  2. eChuckler Says:

    I *could* use Java, yes. It’s not necessary, and would really be a extra step. Plus, sometimes Java doesn’t load properly, and I want this to be real easy for anybody to access.

    That’s not to say that after I put this online (whenever it is), if someone put all the data into Java for me, I really would not complain. But it’s just not necessary at all.

    It is quite the resarch project, though. But I’m enjoying it. 🙂

  3. Mark Says:

    Java is pretty much universal… it works on all OSs (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.) and just requires a plugin.

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