Spent the rest of the day packing for Furfright and, as usual, not doing very well at packing light. :) Then in the evening, I got some old projects out of my backups to use as work samples. I may revive and update these but not right now. It's weird revisiting my past work. What I did even a few years back was very different from what I'm doing now. It almost looks like someone else wrote that code. And of course, there are many things in my archives that I don't know how to do any more, not without some retraining anyway.
Do you just do every week's Friday Five or do you read other people's entries as well
I read my friends' Friday Five entries if they post those to Livejournal. Otherwise, I don't usually go seeking out other Friday Five answers.
If you do read, why; and if you don't, why not?
No time and not that interested.
How did you come to know about the Friday Five?
One of my friends posted a Friday Five way back when. It was the original Friday Five, not this community, which came later.
How many Friday Fives have you done since you joined the community
More than 200.
What do you like most about The Friday Five
Some of the question sets are interesting.
What gives you the heebie-jeebies?
Geocaches that are too close to or over cliff edges. Never could do those.
When were you most recently in double trouble?
Probably over two years ago. Referring to Double Trouble State Park, of course. :)
What puts you in the mood for some hanky-panky?
Wouldn't you like to know? ;)
What easy-breezy task is still a pain in the neck to accomplish?
Cleaning the bath tub.
What area in your life seems especially rife with mumbo-jumbo?
Would be easier to ask what isn't.