Busted my ass coming out to catch the bus. I hope it’s the only time I do this today.
Finally home. Glad to be out of the cold, crappy weather.
;Waiting on Windows search. Come on @blair_42, get that program done! Grin.
This lab should be fun. I’m using Putty to access this RHEL5 box, so I think virtual consuls are not going to happen.
It’s cold and raining here. Waiting on a package. Perhaps I won’t have to go out till later.
Building a blink version of a number line with plotted points, because I have a professor who insists there’s no other way to do this but graphically.
Moving back to the bedroom. I’ve been camped out in the living room for the last three days.
I have a new neighbor who apparently thinks he should chain his bike right in front of my door.
Today already sucks. I walked up to the bus stop just as the bus was pulling away, which is going to make me late for this meeting. Damn it! And I’m not looking forward to this meeting anyway, because I’ll have to put up with lots of accomodation stupidity.
Going home early. Thanks to SSH I can do my Linux work from anywhere, so home is as good a place as any.
Valentine’s Day sucks, and so do all associated commercials. But the candy sales afterwords are cool.
Oh look! We *finally have an accessible bus schedule! Imagine that. What a concept.
Getting ready to leave for campus. Have more work to do in the lab left over from yesterday.
Lots of morons parked on the street today. Almost got hit by a car. One of these days it’s actually going to happen.
I love how Cisco provides a completely accessible theme, and then relies on graphics for the tests. And this material is different than what CAVI teaches from so I can’t use the graphic descriptions.
Um, why did MobileSpeak just ask me to activate my device? It’s been activated for over a year now, and this includes battery removals. Some days I really hate adaptive technology. This is one of those days.
About to light candles. Shabbat shalom everyone.
Hate… snow… and ice…! I hope it’s all melted by Monday.