Mysidia is currently certified at Journeyer level.

Name: James Hess
Member since: 2000-10-27 03:40:46
Last Login: 2013-04-29 03:41:49

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I am a recent graduate, former student in Computer Science. I can frequently be found on IRC by the nickname `Mysidia', via the SorceryNet IRC network (http://www.sorcery.net) My primary hobbies have been chatting, mudding, and especially, programming computers.

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Wowwee! First entry, maybe some day i'll figure out what to put in a diary. :)

I'm sure glad it's the weekend, unfortunately, I've got a bunch of Computer Science projects to work on (circuits stuff, bleah), and I seem to have acquired quite an annoying headache.

The weather here is nice, a little sun, no rain or clouds for the first time in a while. It's drearier on IRC, #sorcery is idle, *yawn*

Oh, enough for this entry, i've got to go finish reworking my little text editor as a java applet, this weekend will be over before I know it!

 

Mysidia certified others as follows:

  • Mysidia certified wwwwolf as Journeyer
  • Mysidia certified Chicago as Journeyer
  • Mysidia certified Stevey as Master
  • Mysidia certified mcg as Journeyer
  • Mysidia certified sdodji as Journeyer
  • Mysidia certified deekayen as Journeyer
  • Mysidia certified Bryce as Master
  • Mysidia certified nymia as Journeyer
  • Mysidia certified MichaelCrawford as Journeyer
  • Mysidia certified raph as Master
  • Mysidia certified MisterP as Apprentice
  • Mysidia certified mdupont as Journeyer
  • Mysidia certified trance9 as Journeyer
  • Mysidia certified yeupou as Master

Others have certified Mysidia as follows:

  • Ankh certified Mysidia as Journeyer
  • sdodji certified Mysidia as Journeyer
  • topher certified Mysidia as Journeyer
  • halcy0n certified Mysidia as Journeyer
  • Stevey certified Mysidia as Journeyer
  • mdupont certified Mysidia as Journeyer

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