My father’s Inurnment ceremony, June 1st @ Arlington National Cemetary

One week to go.

Inurnment at Arlington National Cemetery
Richard L. Bullington, Jr.
June 1, 2006
3 PM

Prelude Organist


Invocation Chaplin

“To W.P.” by George Santayana
read by Margaret Bullington

“The Terns” by Mary Oliver
read by Richard Bullington-McGuire

“A Grief Ago” by Michael Shepherd
read by Richard Bullington-McGuire

“Amazing Grace” (Verses 1 and 3) Hymnal No. 375

Passage from SEPTEMBER
read by Rosamunde Pilcher Caroline Alexander

Benediction Chaplin

“America the Beautiful”(Verses 1 and 4) Hymnal No. 200

Postlude Organist

A reception will follow at 6715 Dean Drive
McLean, Virginia


My software baby gets some attention

Yesterday I added a public demo site for Taskjitsu. If you have been wondering what the heck I’ve been talking about, you can play with the demo.

Today I listed Taskjitsu on The result was a 10x boost to the usual daily page views on our public web site, and a flurry of activity on the demo site as people tried it out.

This extra attention has helped us identify and fix the issues that need to be fixed for the next release.. I’m very happy with the results of our announcement!

First update to Taskjitsu, full commercial support

For the last nine years, I’ve been working on Taskjitsu. This is the project management software that my company uses to track our tasks and time.

Today, we released version 2.0.1 of the software, the first maintenance release, and announced enhanced commercial support for Taskjitsu.

If you develop software, bill for your time, or need to track support requests, Taskjitsu can help you stay more organized, work more closely with customers and contractors, and track your profitability by project.

I’m looking for people who are interested in evaluating the software, especially people who have used time tracking or request tracking software. Please drop me a line if you are interested.

Next up: it’s time to buckle down and get our real marketing campaign in full swing.