A small dose of obsession is good for me

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NIKON D70 - 1/320 sec, f4.5 at 70mm

It's been a while but I'm obsessed with the success of a website again. No, not this one. A different one.

It used to be that when I wasn't doing something specific, I would be thinking up things to photograph or dreaming up and idea to write here to amuse myself.

Now all I can think about in those down times is to wonder what I can do next to make that website better, make it cooler and more useful than the competition, how to attract a few more visitors, or to get back to the office to click the refresh button to make sure the stats are heading in the right direction still.

So no inspiration on any front tonight...

The Photo

Yep, it's a photo. That's about all it is.

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Posted: Thursday, 24 August, 2006 21:30

Captured: 2006:08:13 15:22:43

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  • Wonderful composition! :-)
    tetsu - Friday, 25 August, 2006 2:25
  • Condolences to you and your family Dave. I witnessed at school yesterday the tears of your wee daughter on hearing the dreaded news that the cat had eaten her budgie. Not good when one family member eats another. Someone is going to have to remember to feed that cat of yours.............or this might not be the end of it. Will the budgie be replaced? Or will the cat be packing its bags and looking for a new home??
    Debbie Hoskins - Saturday, 26 August, 2006 15:48
  • There is another budgie installed now. She's called it "Clover". I have no idea why.
    Dave - Saturday, 26 August, 2006 16:03
  • you know how small children make up their own words for things...like spudooli? being american, i had to look up "budgie". glad your cat didn't eat a blanket, doll, pacifier or similar item.
    bon bon - Tuesday, 29 August, 2006 5:52
  • Thank God a diaper was not included (nappy...disposable..) .....but I suggest you feed it ground beef ...... mince for us simple people in NZ.
    Michele - Wednesday, 30 August, 2006 13:58

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