1120 Fr * up 6:35; W=198.4; drugs, nose, teeth; coffee * dishes, breakfast -- if the idea is to make this a reasonably complete activity log, I should add this. We'll see. * 9:30 leave for work -- $demo sometime around -10am- _2pm_ & lovely full-arch rainbow on the way to work. ! still no scrim. @ Winner Takes All, Long Tails And The Fractilization Of Culture @ Google Chrome OS available as free VMWare download @ What Google Needs for the Chrome OS To Succeed @ Everything You Need To Know About Chrome OS @ Editorial: Chrome OS is what I want, but not what I need & raining, so no walkies. Barefoot instead?? no. -> 12:35 good news about $project's future prospects. @ Gartner Identifies the Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2010 @ Are You Someone's User-Generated Content? (from Don Marti) @ Chromium OS = Google Chrome can print on Linux now! ! happy -- can now switch on many computers. * buy coffee!!! & pick up dinner at Emil Villa's & some nice conversation with M. & husband sang the Two Bears & take YD and Colleen out shopping (Target) ! feeling a little down. Put-upon? & holding brief IM conversation with Colleen, who is sitting beside me. | very sleepy in the evening. * 10pm bath, bed
A good day yesterday, though I did end up feeling a little down and maybe put-upon to find that I had to pick up a take-out dinner, and then take Colleen and the YD out shopping (after Colleen had said she intended to do it during the day). Nobody's fault; Marty, who would normally done the driving, is down with an injury.
I got very sleepy way too early in the evening, took a bath at 10pm and went directly to bed. And it was raining at lunchtime, so no walkies.
But other than that, it was a good day. A full-arch rainbow on the way to work in the morning, and some good conversation and a little music in the evening. And Google Chrome can print on Linux now, removing the main obstacle to making it my day-to-day browser. It doesn't do flash, either, but I can always fire up Iceweasel if I have to.
Today's links were largely Chrome-plated. Here we have Everything You Need To Know About Chrome OS Editorial: Chrome OS is what I want, but not what I need Google Chrome OS available as free VMWare download and What Google Needs for the Chrome OS To Succeed.
On other topics, Are You Someone's User-Generated Content? (from Don Marti, about the difference between writing a blog and posting on Facebook or Myspace) and Winner Takes All, Long Tails And The Fractalization Of Culture.