1 Nov 2000 Michael   » (Journeyer)

Okay, okay, so my diary entries have been a bit spartan to say the least. Today some fun bits:

  • My DES source code is here.
  • Some nice humour for you to read: Red Meat, Snail Dust, and Bad Tech (though thank goodness Bad Tech finished its Matrix parody - too long).
  • Music madness: new albums out from Blur and U2. Bought the former, the latter will have to wait. The live CD with the Blur SE is cool.
  • Read, if you haven't already, Lingua::Romana::Perligata. Has a coolness to usefulness ratio of way more than one, and also has a point.

Phew. Anyway, SWARM work today - I need to get more done on the copro front. My office mate, Cheese Boy, is starting to learn ARM assembly, so is using SWARM now - useful feedback and feature requests ahoy.

Saw Blur play live on ...Later (BBC live session program hosted by Jules Holland) where they played "Music Is My Radar", "Girls and Boys", and "Song 2". I wasn't that impressed with the single of MIMR, but live it sounds really good. Need to get my hands on Graham Coxon's new album. His first was good, but not something to listen to repeatedly. Apparently the second one is better and more accessable.

For the LettuceHead groupies out there, Adam and I played at the Halt bar last Saturday, and managed not to be thrown out (though we did go under false names just in case...). We played "Their Goes God" by Crowded House and "Misshapes" by Pulp.

Today's gratuitous mention: Hi Neil!

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