Just a great day. I saw Sin City yet again, met a friend in person for the first time, and (for the first time in my whole life) actually felt cool. And that’s cool. Really cool.
I’m gettin’ scruffy again. Why? Because I’ve been that busy. No, really.
Fixing some problems on computers is ridiculously easy. It just takes a little know-how, and proper tools. Case in point, speeding up computers which thrash is just a matter of adding memory. The trick is knowing how to spot a thrashing computer.
I’ve finally begun the process of republishing all of the various content I create on other web sites on my own site, right here. You can get an overview of the off-site content by browsing my mini blogs.
I’ve always wanted a pet for as long as I can remember. The most obvious choice for me is a cat. Now that I’m getting a roommate who’s all over the idea of getting a cat, too, I’ll finally be able to take care of one. Yayness!
I keep trying to remember this but for some reason it seems like it never sticks in my head: getting out often is a huge boost to my productivity. There are other benefits too, like more stable moods and an overall happier baseline, but the easily measureable thing is just how much more stuff I’ve been doing.
In the past week or so, I have spent only several nights sleeping in my own bed. New friends and new adventures have kept me out of the house and having fun. This post doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface, but it will serve as an overview and reminder, rounding up some of the most important tidbits.
A quick hello from the Apple Store in SoHo, and then some thoughts on MetroMac. Also some notes to readers. :)
As my friendly, neighborhood Spiderman is fond of recalling,
With great power comes great responsibility. What is missing from this statement is the fact that everyone has great power and thus everyone has an enormous responsibility to use that power wisely. For better and for worse, you can make the impossible possible.