Kind of late to be doing the wrap-up, but that’s a sign of the week. I had Monday off because of Memorial Day, but then also took off Thursday for Duncan’s birthday. It was a fun day celebrating Duncan’s birthday.
Work wasn’t memorable, but it was productive. I ended up doing a lot of tech stuff. There’s a lot happening: revamping the database, implementing Adobe CS5, getting close to ten users new computers, and thinking through the remodeling of the Access venue and how that affects the network.
Jana and are having discussions about 2011. I’d like to make it through 2010 first! There’s a lot going on, and we’re realizing we’re going to have to say no to a lot of good things.
I’ve enjoyed following all the news about Nebraska’s (allegedly) move to the Big 10 conference. Part of me thinks it is poetic justice that Nebraska could be the university to facilitate the beginning of the end of the Big 12. Granted, one could say the beginning of the end happened when the Big 12 formed and the deck was stacked in Texas’ favor.
This next week I’ll be back to writing more. I’m also presenting at CCC‘s Global Summit on the topic of using social media in missions. That should be fun.