Long days. Yesterday I fought with a telecom provider; we have quit the contract for a few leased lines by the end of April. After we sent the fax, about an hour later, they started cutting the connections... This is the same company that is struggling with an ISDN30 connection since January, and is about to finish the project of installing about 300 feet of *temporary* cable from the closest distributing point.
Did someone mention Forth? Funny. I'm also planning an embedded forth (something) for my own purposes, but it's quite unfinished. It has the most basic looping construct, and character output ready for i386 and m68k Linux. I have this weird attraction to embedded devices, and if I have some time, with a friend, we will build something capable of anything a smaller clock would do :) It's an interesting language, but these spawns later than '80 took a bit beauty of it (ehrm, postscript, GNU forth is a bit overkill too, IMHO).
I'm attracted to electronized sound making devices, starting with C64, Amiga soundtracker, I have a few Amiga hard disks stashed away waiting for saving the music from them, that's why I value the projects of data. I don't think that's wrong :)