Let's start this off by answering the Army question.
For those of you that don't know yet, the Army doesn't want me. I shaved my head for nothing.
Pectus excavatum (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki?search=pectus+excavatum ). That's why I was rejected. They're afraid that I have a "diminished lung capacity" that would interfeare with going through Basic.
I assured them that I can breath.
I told them that I lettered in wrestling in high school.
I told them that I'm an Eagle Scout who has gone on countless hikes.
I also applied for a desk job dealing with satellite communications.
None of that seems to matter.
Just wish it didn't take them over 2 months to figure this out.
Oh, and my recruiter also has a pectus excavatum.
Meanwhile, I landed a job at Sam's Club as a Gas Station Attendant.
I had previously been unemployed since mid-November.
Enough of that.
As all of you should know, I'm the proud owner of a Palm Prē (you should be too. Available on both Verizon and Sprint.).
I have recently tried my hand at app development.
I currently have 5 apps published.
I hope to submit number 6 tonight.
Along the same lines, I review webOS apps over at http://www.webosroundup.com/
Head on over and take a look.
And as exciting as all of that is, there's MORE!
I recently began working with the folks at Jenolan Caves (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jenolan_Caves ) in Austrailia.
They have a self-guided audio cave tour. This year, they're expanding the offered languaguages by 3.
I'm providing the Klingon translation.
I started translation earlier this week and things are moving along swiftly.
I have to say, it's a whole lot more enjoyable than translating an anti-virus.
It's only March, but my year is filling up fast.
This July I'll be co-presenting a panel on Klingon at InConJunction here in Indy.
And to make the weekend that much more enjoyable, I got the Con to invite Keith R. A. DeCandido, my favorite author, as their Author Guest of Honor.
Then in September, I've been asked to go to Chicago for a weekend to give a basic language lesson to the actors in "A Klingon Christmas Carol".
November brings Starbase Indy.
Last year, I co-presented a Klingon Language panel.
Nothing is set yet, but I'll get something in the works before long.
Lem'me know if you have something to fill in those gaps.
What've you been up to?