5 Oct 2002 julian   » (Master)

Gabber2 is progressing nicely, even though I haven't been able to touch it lately - temas and James (and reatmon!) are doing a good job. I really wish I could just compile gtkmm2 here under OS X...

On another note, I normally think I can figure out people fairly well, but the past week I've been blatantly wrong a few times and unable to figure out even if a certain person is happy and joking around or depressed and sarcastic. I don't know if I'm all of a sudden interpreting everything wrong or if people are being weird. I do have confirmation from a sane friend that he couldn't figure out the certain person I couldn't figure out. The certain person was saying one thing, but in a very different tone from which one would normally say this, leading me to believe another. He was kind of weird. That still leaves several other cases in which I did not interpret people correctly. I wish the whole social thing were not so complicated.

I'm doing ok in classes so far, but they are for the most part uninteresting enough to make me not care about them and therefore make it harder on myself... I have an English paper due Monday, and I'm so completely not interested that I'm certain I'll put it off, even though I'm trying to figure out what I'm going to write about now.

I really think that being able to mess with gabber2 on this box would help take up more of my time -- anyone want to get gtkmm2 working on OS X? :)

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