Since then, I haven't made any posts, because I didn't have the time to say what I was doing at work. Which is stupid, really. You three people don't read my blog because it's got juicy technical details; that's for the rest of the masses, and they don't care what I might have said I was going to post about until I post it. I've had other things to write about, but since I said I'd write about work, I didn't want to write about anything else. I several times thought, "Ooh, I should blog about this!" and then thought, "No, I said my next post would be about my work at Juniper."
Well, I am hereby renouncing that commitment. What's more, I am advising you three (tonight's loyal fans) to take anything I might tease about as merely speculation on future topics, and not be sure I won't write about something completely different first.
So there. I've just freed myself to write about other stuff. I don't really know why I felt it necessary to maintain an obligation that nobody cares about; why would anybody care if I put some posts in between the previous post (when I said I'd talk about my Juniper work) and the future post when I actually do, is totally beyond me. I just did feel that it's necessary, so now I can go on with more regular posts.
Except it's late and I'm going to bed instead of subjecting you to more of my incredibly convoluted late-night grammar.