As the very few of you who actually check up on this site may have noticed, Your Average Tech Blog has been a lot less than average. All of us sort of dropped off the grid. Kim made a few posts, and then stopped. The last post I wrote was two months ago. Hopefully, that will change. Well, for me, at least. I’m out of school for the summer, so I may have some time to post a few updates daily now. I say ‘may’ because I also have other responsibilities and…a social life. So, let’s get you caught up on what’s going on with me before I can start sharing tech news with you.
Currently, I’m volunteering for two webOS related projects. The first one is being an Editor and Vice Lead Marketer for webOS onTap, the homebrew version of Pivot. So, I may be a tad busy with that, but once the ball gets rolling, I’ll know.
The second project is working with many others across the globe for Phoenix International Communications, Inc. Since Open webOS is coming out in August, some webOS faithful thought, “Why not?” We’re going to attempt to use our resources and time to get webOS back on the map, and we feel that it’s feasible. So, I’ll try to keep you updated as much as my NDA will allow.
In addition to these two projects, I also set a goal for myself to release an app by this Christmas, so I’m in the process of learning a few different coding languages. That in itself is pretty time-consuming.
And of course, college starts at the end of next month, so that’ll be a hassle. Double majoring in Computer Science and Business sounds like a blast, doesn’t it?
In addition to everything, I’m still a teenager. There are still friends and movies and sports that are calling my name.
So, I’m truly sorry for not updating this blog. But, I will try my best to update this, considering I may be the only author for a while, unless any of you would like to join me.