Rumors of my demise...
...are unfortunately right on the money.
Unless something really miraculous happens by Monday, I am forced to give my notice for health reasons. Grrrrrr. Keep your fingers crossed for a miracle.
Seems I contracted a nasty virus, with a name that does not do it justice: chronic fatigue immune dysfunction syndrome. Fatigue just doesn't begin to describe it. Everyone gets tired. Not every one is so lucky to feel like they have a hangover, the flu, and mono all rolled into one 24/7.
I could, in theory, get better tomorrow, or in a year, or in five, or never. Because of that, I don't feel it's fair to keep the library waiting. They've waited over six months this year. They've more than done their part.
This breaks my heart, because I work with the best people ever. Seriously, a good gig. I think I will cry a lot when I tell them. Not because I'm obligated, but because I genuinely feel that upset.
But on to other matters. That leaves the LinuxLibrarian.org site (which needs a revamp anyway) kind of hanging in the balance. No matter what I do, I want to stay with LISHost. A great shout out to Blake about how happy I've been with his hosting, and how stable it is. Whether LinuxLibrarian will just mutate into something else, or whether it will cease and desist and become something else entirely (probably not LIS related), well, I don't know.
So I'm coming to you guys. Any ideas how I could change LinuxLibrarian to make it... well... something I could do without any library experiences? Any ideas how it could grow? Or should I move to new horizons?
Mixed feelings about that. Of course, I still want to play with Linux. I loooooove Linux! And I am still deadly interested in how it could work in libraries. I don't know. Something different might be interesting too.
The power is yours! (I sound like friggin' Captain Planet.) Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.