Bullet Point Monday

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hey, Dave is doing it :) (go read that entry - the cartoon is hilarious, had me rotflmao :) )

  • spent most of Saturday throwing out my uni notes. Several trips to the recycling bin and it's *full* of my notes. Also some more school stuff. Culled eight very full boxes into two 3/4 filled boxes.


  • some success at Freecycling things from the weekend. All my uni ring binders and stuff are promised, as well as a print that's been in the family for 30 years. And a student from my uni says she'll take a lot of my biochemistry/genetics text books, either for other students or the college library. Way cool!

  • upper with gmail is that it has a nifty api for mobile devices, which makes checking it on the blackberry awfully easy. My next phone is so going to have internet on it, even if it's not a blackberry.

  • downer with gmail is that you don't see your own posts to yahoo groups, because of it's "unique threading technology". Bah what a crock. So I never know if my posts have been approved to the groups until someone emails me.

  • Loverly dinner at Marylon's last night. Got a neato photo of fruitbats in flight on the way home

    fruitbat fruitbat

  • The handover of some of my roles at work is making me depressed. Specifically when P starts making messes of things and is reluctant to clean them up. All those years I worked to get things tidy is just going to go down the drain when I leave.. I can tell..

  • Went for an hour walk tonight, and yet still managed to get everything done that I wanted. Fairly happy about that. Although quite tired from being up in the middle of the night for an hour kicking the stoopid mail server :(

  • SAV in its wisdom decided that now, after twelve years of sitting on my computer, Trumpet Winsock containts "Hacktool.Nuker" and quarantined it. What a piece of crap software (SAV that is)!

  • Today's APOD is way cool, check it out

    There we go, I think that's enough catchup for one night :)


    delmer said:

    If Dave jumped off a bridge ...

    (Do parent's say things like this Down Under?)

    February 8, 2007 9:59 AM


    kazza said:

    yeah they do, tragically :)

    February 8, 2007 8:45 PM


    Koolroo said:

    The computer service centre I used to work for stopped selling SAV after its 2004 version started causing more problems than it fixed, it really is a load of crap just trading on a Name, like Microsoft and Ford :-)

    They then sold ZoneAlarm Security Suite instead. We use Sygate and Avast! at home, as they are better and they are free! We are IT tech-heads here, too.

    February 16, 2007 5:28 PM


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