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I feel a draft in here…

I have a terrible habit of starting blog posts and never finishing them. Two of them are about my birthday. One of them is about the radar gun I bought a few months ago to track pitches (and also catch speeders down Ashley). One of them describes premature fatigue. One of them is actually a followup post about the passion party that was disrupted at the College a few months ago. Ridiculous, no? I do believe some early-summer cleaning is in order here on the blog. (Other items that I want to arrive soon are OpenID authentication, integration of my weather data, and actually finishing up some content for a change.)

I made a great discovery today. There was this song on the November 2006 Weather Channel playlist that was really cool, with jungle sounds and a nice, serene piano going over it. For months, the TWC music identification community (yes, there is such a thing) has been in the dark on this song, until a few days ago, when it was discovered that the song is by a new artist named Jacob Archer. The song’s name is Birds of Paradise. It’s quite awesome — you may recognize it. I’m just frustrated now because a recording isn’t available to own yet — his album’s going to be released in the fall. Here’s hoping that’s sooner rather than later!

I’m sure glad Friday is here. I’ll be doing a little work over the weekend but I plan to make the most of it.

Peace, folks.

By Jared Smith

Jared Smith is a web developer and weather enthusiast living in Charleston, SC.

2 replies on “I feel a draft in here…”

Hi. I popped in via Postscripts, this morning.

I’m so thankful that we have this “draft” option. I have spent the last 18+ months blogging in a “platform” that didn’t allow drafts.

How wonderful that you have all that information gathered, started, and ready for you to dive in and polish!

I like knowing what could be coming. This post is like a sneak peek!

Have a good weekend and stay out of the heat if you can!

Hi, Jared…

The “draft” feature is one of the greatest things ever! Unfortunately, I have about 75 items that are just drafts at the moment. There are some, I know, that I’ll never get to. A few are just links to some news article I was going to mention; by the time I get around to writing the post, the article may long since have vanished.

I need to throw out some pieces there, but I just haven’t had a chance. I guess that if I had time to prune the drafts in waiting, I’d have time to actually COMPLETE some of them, right? ;)

Happy Friday!

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