Well, I finally got a stub of a Web site up for the MonkeyCit pages. I'm fleshing out the FAQ right now, and soon I'll move on to post up some design notes for the project. Unfortunately, I don't have mozilla (or X) on my laptop, so I had to call up a friend and have her describe the pages to me.
I'm trying to re-use the crackmonkey.org M4 scripts, but give the site a more Citadel-like feel to it. So the navigation bars are meant to look like lists of room prompts. I'll have to head over to the Linux Cabal and poke at it in a graphical browser.
Well, the weather in SF is quite warm. It's too warm for my tastes. I'm already sick, but this weekend I was sweating buckets. Guh.
Many people are characterising this as "beautiful weather", but to me it's just uncomfortable. I sweat like a pig and I have to squint every time I go outside. I'm much happier in a light overcast situation with high clouds. Guess that's what I get for being raised in Seattle.
Last night my grilf and I had dinner at the Italian restaurant beneath my apartment building. The heat had caused them to push all the tables out onto the sidewalk, so the interior of the restaurant was empty except for the kitchen and a couple of built-in benches.
On our way back from dinner, some yahoos came by and asked us "what inning are they in?". I answered "twenty five", not knowing how many "innings" are in whatever form of SportsBall they play at the new stadium. The streets were crowded with SportsBall fans with their SportsHats and SportsShirts.