Dave's Monthly Web Address

Well, it has just been announced. They are now changing the Webster's definition of the word late to include my picture. If the picture isn't in your dictionary or it hasn't appeared online yet, it's because I was delayed in getting a picture to them. Yes, September 11th IS pretty late in the month to get out a September address, and I promise I'll be much better next month. However, there was something called Orientation Week going on, and it had a bad habit of eating up all my time and energy.

Much to my delight (and surprise) my August Web Address was included in the Greek (Fraternity / Sorority) newspaper, the Trojan. (And NO, it's not that kind of Trojan ). It would have been nice if they had received my permission, and it would have been nice if it was formatted a little better, but I still felt that it was a sweet gesture. And just in case they're hard pressed for material next issue, Hello Trojan Readers!

Sorry mom, I know you asked me to, but I'm not putting in another picture of you.

I received some feedback on the page, but not as much as I had hoped. For a while, the feedback mechanism wasn't working, so If you did send me feedback and I never replied, then send some more.

Well, I have to say that it is really really exciting to have students back on campus. I love walking around the UCC. I love eavesdroppingon the occasional conversation, saying hi to the occasional stranger, and the giving a friendly nod to patrons in the Spoke. I didn't realize how lonely I was during the summer. Sure, I'm a lot busier now, but the pace is downright exhilarating.

I always felt that we should come back to school for just three weeks. Orientation week is great, and then the first week of school is really exciting: Buying new textbooks, finding out who is in your class, and seeing what changes were made to the UCC this year. The third week is cool because you start your routine, and find out how the rest of the year is going to unfold. But then I think there should be another summer break, and then we could come back for another three weeks. Sure, it may not be very productive, but just think of how refreshed we would be!

September is an exciting month, and there is a lot going on, so make sure you come out and participate!

For those of you that have requested it, I have provided my personal Geek Code:
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How do I get in Touch with Dave?
The various ways we can communicate and meet.

Current Projects
Special things I'm working on over the next month.

Random Thoughts - September
Not much, really, but things I do think about.

Dave's Top 10 "Groovy" Web Sites - September
because they don't have to be great, just groovy.

10. I can't believe some people haven't seen the Sammy's Souvlaki Home Page
9. I just bought one for my office: visit the International Palm Society
8. If you play Riddler, then check this out.
7. Statistics Canada
6. I just can't believe the John Tesh Web actually exists
5. Likely suspects for O.J.'s Killer
4. Simpsons' mix - Funky!
3. Speaking of Free Stuff, check out The Free Forum
2. Two people that should be shot.
1. I always get a kick out of these: Urban Legends Reference Page: College

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