Don’t Blog About What You Intend To Blog About!

Well, after that “memory lane” post I just made (about SGI ), and feeling a bit hungry, there is an old blog post of mine that comes to mind. I know it is faux pas to blog-about-what-you-are-going-to-blog-about, but although I’m working on a good technical entry, it isn’t buttoned up quite yet. So, yes, I’m blogging about the fact that I will soon be blogging about something good (has to do with column ordinality, but the Vertica guys should get too excited).

So, like I said, I’m hungry and reminiscing and wishing I had the time tonight to prepare something worthwhile, but I don’t…but I could, and routinely do:

Wildfleisch Ragout mit Champignon

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