[reading: Frank Miller, "Booze, Broads & Bullets"]
And in other news: on the Project X front, it now looks like I'm a company director. Surprisingly easy to set up, but that's because our company secretary did all of the heavy lifting.
At this point I guess there's no harm in going into more details about Project X. It's basically time-tracking software: monitor the user activity on a Windows PC, then summarize the details and present it in various forms so the user can figure out how they've spent their day (and can possibly optimize their activities to be more efficient). There are various things of a similar ilk out there, but ours will have rather better integration with Microsoft Office and more helpful summarization. Not quite sure what the product name will be yet: our not-quite-vapourware website has it as TaskLog, but we also quite like the name Clockwork. (Of course, the domains for "clockwork" and almost all of its variants are long gone; the nearest we could get was "qlockwork". Our need for a unique domain name sadly overrides my abhorrence of deliberately mis-spelled words).