Older blog entries for elise (starting at number 32)

Always invite mbp to parties. You will not regret this.

In other news, schoen had a nice party on Saturday. Seth's friends are most interesting. I wish i could remember everyone's name to mention them in this diary entry, but I am rather bad with names.

New job is good.

So, dhd has given up on the Quicknet LineJack, and I have given up on Quicknet itself. Started my new job yesterday. Joy.

dhd pointed out his opinion of the Linux drivers for the Quicknet cards. your diary entry gave me a good laught today dhd, thanks! (i guess i should mention that i work at Quicknet now.)
Martin is correct, that is incredibly fucked up.

i haven't really laughed in a while. sad.

I'm still waiting for the diary entry stephane promised a few days ago.

Thank you Rasmus, for replacing the coporate speak in your diary to a sentace that is actually interesting and informative.

Mathieu is really funny. I recommend going out to diner with him whenever possible.

Work: I've landed on Townsend St. again. It's like being in a recurring nightmare, except that I'm awake.

I find it depressing that Rasmus used the phrase "moving forward" in his Advogato diary entry. Hopefully people will not take to describing any "action items" anytime soon.

Long live the FROG!

mmmmm. mexico. be back later.

Work: I get to play with LDAP at work now, which is tremendous fun. In fact, I'm learning a whole lot about many things at work, which is what I like to do. Most of the stuff that I'm doing involves networking, and protocols, which is great. I love when I get to go out and research something that I know nothing about.

Home: My left wrist has been stubornly painful, despite exersizes, massage, and chiropractic care. So, I have stopped computing at home altogether. This is just as well, since I've got 3 new cats. They are a handful, and I seem to be horrifically allergic to them, but they are worth it.

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