Guys! I've had my blog for more that a year now. And even though I haven't posted much lately, I haven't missed a month since I've started.
I started a part time job a couple weeks ago, as well as found out that I've been accepted to the master's program with a graduate assistantship. I am very excited about both of those things, and very busy because of them. I've been getting more and more excited and involved in GIS (Geographic Information Systems), and unfortunately my school work, work work, and goofing around with GIS work has taken over my weaving time. But this summer I will force myself to have time for craftiness.
One of the things that I've been really excited about lately is Open Source software, especially Open Source GIS software. Usually GIS software is prohibitively expensive, so unless you work for someone who can pay for it, you really aren't going to get to use it. But Open Source GIS software is getting more impressive by the day, and I've been having fun playing with it - for free!
And now I just found out about the Open Source Loom project: www.osloom.org
It's a wonder to me how much my interests completely overlap sometimes.