I know that I've done a crappy job maintaining this web site. The reality is that most of the issues that it deals with are from my past life as correspondent in Africa, specifically Somalia. I put NomadNet up in 1993, and programmed the HTML using MS Word. So I've kept it running largely because NomadNet is in fact one of the oldest continually operating sites on the web. It still gets several hundred hits a day, mostly people searching for humanitarian information on Google. And every once in a while I get a burst of energy and a little free time and make an honest effort to update things and clean up some of the pages and repair damaged links.
So what am I doing now? I'm a screenwriter, which means I'm on strike! If the strike goes on long enough I'll have enough free time to really fix up this site, but in the short term I've a few things to do, like walk the picket lines.
In the meantime, if you're wondering what the writers' strike is all about, watch this: