Behind schedule

I know, I tend to live faster than my blog updates. So there are a number of things I haven’t posted about. For example I read several books, I had some interesting experiences with shell script programming and I found some clever sites I’d like to share with you.Moreover the whole site needs some freshening and I discovered that the gallery page of Naxos island is not correctly displayed.
Don’t worry, I am here to get back on track. One of the blog I’m reading this day is Coding Horror. I found it very insightful and worth. You can have it served via RSS feed. I feel really attuned with the writer, at a point that I myself could have written something like this. So today he wrote about how defining a sustainable schedule and attaining to it is a key factor for success (and, more specifically for a successful blog).
Well my schedule is something like – fill the slack time, and I precisely attain to it. Maybe that’s why I have a few selected high quality readers that keep reading my rants. Thank you.
So here is a list of books I should write the review: Yourdon’s Death March, Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, Pratchett’s Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch, Zattoni Gillini’s Paquito’s story, Chistolini’s School and Adoption.
If you are involved on a understaffed, under budget project with tight deadlines, just don’t wait for my review of Death March, grab your copy now. Although most of it could be considered just common sense, it is nonetheless a well organized, well written common sense. And when you are under the pressure of a Death March kind of project, common sense has been usually left behind.

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