|the closest I've ever come to professionalism
||[Jan. 13th, 2003|11:36 am]
I've been published on the IBM Developerworks site. This here's an article a teammate and I wrote about one of our components, WebIDS. It's exceedingly boring:|
But they used my picture (scroll down). And I get some money out of the deal.
suh-weet! I added you to my friends list.. hope you don't mind...
Go Roy.. go Roy... go, go Go Roy...
Yeeah, gettin' funky. So I guess I'm in print, now. Well, virtual print. That doesn't really count, does it?
Hey... if your name is on it, more than 10 people you don't know are going to see it, and your getting money.... it counts! :)
i like the suave picture.
whatcha gonna do with that extra dough? blow it all on popsicles and lollipops?
He'll add an extra onion on his belt, if he knows what's good for him.
maybe just one large popsicle
2003-01-13 11:33 am (UTC)
...though your bio could use a few exclamation points!!! Here are some of mine!!!!!!
2003-01-13 05:58 pm (UTC)
Thanks, Ellen Ron Hubbard!
Clearly this relies heavily on material *I* previously published in an article entitled Schmracking and Schmanalyzing intrusion Schmattempts with SchmebIDS, printed in Ladies Home Journal, May 1988. As an attorney I will be filing a lawsuit pro se in Federal District court in Texas, but am open to a settlement of a majority of the "some money", and the entirety of the popsicle.
Oh, and I voted it killer and said to give you a raise.