Okay, this is sweet. I'm sitting in bed typing up this Advogato entry on my brand new titanium PowerBook G4 (800MHz/512M RAM). *drool*
OS X is so sweet. I have had a lot of people ask me if I am going to put linux on it, but no. No way. Mmm, nice OS X.
Okay, I'll get over it soon... nope.
I didn't realise my certification meant so much
amars - I must be a well-connected person
or something. :-) 'tis all good.
Not much to say apart that I'm still coding up homepage and things - atm doing a page that lists some weird entries in my referer logs. Like google searches for "snow-blow".
Well, I've been pretty busy recently. Started uni this week,
am doing two History
and Philosophy of Science subjects, one Medieval History
subject, and C++ and
Object Oriented Systems. Quite strange for a major in
Computing Science, really. Though I am aiming for a major in
HPS as well.
Otherwise I've taken the editor to my homepage in which you can now sign a guestbook and look at the pretty blue colours. I've also been doing some kickarse design on an RPG website I host but it's not up yet, cos I'm not finished. You can see the old, outdated, crappy one here.
Otherwise I've offloaded my SGI O2 onto Jaq, who promises me he'll return it with quake 2 and a working compile environment. Good luck!
Well, I'm now also working for freshmeat.net which is
quite funky. It's been a lot of fun so far, and the people
are great too :-)
To all you FM contributers out there, please go and read Jeff Covey's fantastic article on How to Write A Great freshmeat Submission and I will thank you evermore for it. :-)
I've written a new photojournal
in PHP, that I think looks and works really well. I'd been
putting this off for a while because I was lazy, but I
managed to get it up and running in an afternoon. I'm pretty
impressed. Now I'll be inspired to keep my life up to date,
and with pictures! Yay.
Now I should go and finish my History and Philosophy of Science essay. Blerh.
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