KDE2 is nice.
Last week for this job is next week. Fun.
explodingdog kicks ass.
aaronl: When I used to trick-or-treat, what determined us going to houses or not was if they had some sort of halloween-looking stuff out in front - pumpkin, ghosts, cobwebs, whatever. We generally knew who did not celebrate halloween and did not 'threaten' people to give us candy. Certainly things may be different where you are, but there's more to halloween than a bunch of kids going around demanding candy... it's fun to just let loose, use your imagination, and relax every now and then. If you don't want people coming to your door, make it plain to the parents of said children that you do not celebrate halloween and wish to be left alone...or put a sign on your door saying 'No candy, go elsewhere' or whatnot. If you're in any kind of a decent neighborhood, they should respect your wishes.
Gave my two weeks notice to Winstar today. It sucks
to have to leave such a great set of coworkers...but the
department they were moving me to just wasn't what I wanted.
Now I have to give back all the toys I've had "signed out" for the past year...ah well.
November 10th will be my last day. On November 13th, I begin work as a Unix Admin and programmer for Mitretek. Should be fun.
Got a job offer from a company I interviewed with last
Monday. Should get the offer letter tomorrow (They are
FedEx'ing it overnight). Should be good <tm>.
Details to follow.
Things do not look good on the work front. Seems like
everyone I know has been having job issues...now I've been
So now it's time to start start looking.
More to follow.
John Terpstra of SAMBA fame is coming to speak at my department (the Linux geeks :) today. Ueberspiffy.
If I vanish before October 2001, it's because planning a wedding in the Washington DC area either a) killed me or b) drove me insane.
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