Get a Haircut and Get a Real Job
Tomorrow I'll return to the ranks of the employed as a "consultant" at the Eagle Tribune doing perl programming and junk like that. It seems challenging, to say the least.
This job could lead to other things, too. Although it seems like they would want someone to become familiar with the system and be a full time employee, I can't see myself hammering on computers at a job for more than a year or two. I want to help promote peace in the world and generally do some good in the long term, not solve computer puzzles for years on end. But, I'll take one step at a time.