1203 Th & awake 5:30ish; snuggle. * up 6:45; W=196.2; drugs, nose, teeth; coffee, dishes, laundry @ The Truth Is Out There : The Last Word On Nothing via gmcdavid @ osewalrus: Australia Building National Broadband Network -- and a minor rant on U.S. no longer great nation @ How QR Codes are Revitalizing Print Marketing for Musicians : BT headset arrived at work; paired. % could have sworn I moved October and November to 2010/q4.done. But no. Weird. Dream? My memory is very detailed. It just doesn't seem to have happened, according to the filesystem and the git logs. Deeply weird. @ The Things He Carried - Magazine - The Atlantic via technoshaman rather old; things might be slightly different now, but much is undoubtedly still true. @ BitTorrent Based DNS To Counter US Domain Seizures via technoshaman @ Brain Scan to Detect Autism in Development -- But What Does it Mean? | Brenda Daverin on Gather @ Gerald Fowler's Naga Viper World's Hottest Chili Pepper ! Brenda Daverin on Gather @ YouTube - Sky Lantern Fire Festival 5000 UFO balloons launched via solarbird @ The State of The Music Industry & the Delegitimization of Artists (TuneCorner) via solarbird & Fun IM with N. Weird. The menagerie. * bed ~2ish; snuggle and apologies.
A pretty good day; busy at work but manageable (unlike Thursday, which was insane and a good reminder of why I don't want to stay in a production environment for the rest of my career). But no walk, and no errand/shopping expedition. This afternoon, I hope -- some errands are getting pretty urgent.
I had a very vivid, detailed memory of moving my October and November "done" items to a new quarterly archive (2010/q4.done), and checking them in to git. But when I looked in the afternoon, I found that I hadn't actually done it! Dreamed it? Complete with the tactile memory of typing into the commit message buffer? Apparently.
A fun IM conversation, rather too late into the night, with Naomi about our shared imaginary menagerie. Imagenerie? Imaginagery? *attempts to untangle brain* *fails*
Quite a few links on an assortment of subjects.