We’ve finally made it to the last Year In Review post for the year, which will undoubtedly come as a relief to a person  who called the Year In Review series “seemingly endless”.
Anyway, March 2006 was a very interesting month, and it started with Senator Ian Campbell having a rather odd off-topic comparison of a bird called the “Latham’s snipe” and former Labor leader Mark Latham .
2CC upgraded their equipment , bringing joy to their many night time listeners.
Before starting the new series of Samuel In Dolgnwot, I provided a thorough recap of Series One. 
ACTION decided to have a half-baked open day .
I then started series 2  of Samuel In Dolgnwot
The delivery of the White and Yellow Pages phone books was much more tasteful than previous years. 
A teacher decided to change an assignment  one week before the due date.
3AW released the details  of their Commonwealth Games Coverage.
I started a new podcast , called Editorial Echoes.
I analysed some Australia Post statistics .
I had a dream about Telemarketing, House Visiting, Cheap Furniture Con Artists .
As is to be expected in March, the sunrises were lovely .
The spammers started writing novels and distributing bits of them in their emails .
I explained some of the automation  behind Editorial Echoes, and became frustrated when I encountered a building designed by a maze enthusiast .
There was a storm in Canberra which produced some heavy rain.
The underground cabling stories continued, with a photographic tour .
I also documented the construction work happening over at Section 84 in Civic .
Campbell High School took my constructive criticism on board and fixed the problem .
Editorial Echoes was off to a good start .
I had a dream about a very bad day .
Nattie & I went to see the hot air balloons .
Australia did well in Lawn Bowls  at the Commonwealth Games.
I got a phone call from the principal of Campbell High School .
I showed you a picture of a scarecrow laundry robot .
With the March episode of Samuel’s Persiflage out of the question, I announced a bigger than normal April episode .
And that was March 2006. Tomorrow we will be celebrating the birthday of Samuel’s Blog, which should be fantastic!