The year that was …

So how was 2007? Well, apparently I made only one post here in the whole year, which you’d think might say something, but really doesn’t. True, I did concentrate on the likes of Facebook and TV.com last year, and work and family always involves a lot of my time, but I don’t really feel like I got much done last year, certainly not in a professional or creative sense.

And that has got to change this year.

Professionally, there’s probably a limit to what I can do, but hopefully there are some options. And there’s always the endgame option, but I think I really have to stick around for a while longer, really make it work somehow, rather than trying again somewhere else … again.

Creatively, see next post I think 🙂

As for the rest of the world? Plenty of thoughts there. The world is a mess for the most part, but Australia ended up taking a turn for the better (well, mostly better anyway, let’s not kid ourselves too much). We all should have been more shocked that Labor won the election, but somehow, after months of speculation and polls, it seemed inevitable.

It was mostly the fear from those of us that have hated Howard and co for so long, that somehow, he’d get back in again, that kept it seeming from anything other than obvious how the election was going to turn out. Which is mostly a good thing, though I think some of that left-wing paranoia is what was keeping us out of power sadly.

But a new government is a good thing, and probably the best thing that happened on the wider stage last year. Now we just have to keep an eye on them … closely …

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