Older blog entries for CEmery (starting at number 1)

    Well, have been working on my mud, currently called PyMud (really need a better name for it, any suggestions from Mudders, or anybody with naming skills would be appriciated at deathfox at moochercrew dot org). Anyways, working up updating it to use newstyle classes, and take advantage of some other python2.2 things. Since I subscribed to the python mailing list I haven't worked on anything significant on PyMud, just changing the code base to be more Pythonic.
    Life is going pretty good for me. Got a pet Ferret about a week ago, named her Ruri (Mobile Battle Ship Nedesko). She's only 3 months old, and absolutly adorable. Tons of trouble, but aren't all cute things.
    My Girlfriend is going away for 3 days, (I live with her), which means 3 days of programing. Kinda nice, but kinda dull at the same time. For some reason it's hard to get motivated when I'm all alone.
    School is well school, right now I'm taking some base classes, like writing so that I don't have to inturupt my CS studies when I get down to Oregon State.
    Writing 123
    Writing 123 is the Research paper writing class, I'm planning on writing about the beauty of code, figure it should have enough stuff written about it, either, talking about code in specific or beauty in general, that I can write a decent paper. Need to actually do a bit of research, as a summery is due on Monday.
    Math 252
    Not much happening in Math, just second term calculus, No assignments due, but interesting, mainly because I have a good teacher, and I haven't taken this class before.
    Japanese 103
    Japanese is fun, lots of work, for some reason no matter how well I understand programing languages, and am able to learn them (for the most part), I just can't get the nack of forign languages, but I'm really enjoying learning. I wish I could figure out how to get evolution under debian to do proper Japanese support, so people on hotmail can recive them, but I haven't really tried to hard to do it. Watashi no genki desu.
    Speach 111
    Ugh, required speach class. That's all I can say about it, it's required, and it's speach. I know I know, I'll have to use it some day. But I really don't like it.

Well, I finally decided to create an account here. And I'm hoping for some feedback on the projects I've created and started working on, especially Pympsort since it's useable. Not much to write tonight, but if nothing else I'll use this as a place to lay down thoughts.

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