Boss! I can't come in today. I woke up this morning and found 20 inches of snow in front of my drive way. Don't we all wish it was this simple. Anyways, I went home for Christmas, back to Oregon. Had a good time, got some good presents, yup... everything was good. New Years is coming up. 2007... yeah, the whole millennium thing is wearing off. As for the key chain, I got a cool skeleton key chain for Christmas that is almost impossible to fit in my pocket, but oh so worth it.
It has been decided that I, yes, yours truely has been officially inducted into the Killer Coding Ninja Monkey University. There, I will study CS-AH2HC-B. I chose the ‘B’ track over the ‘A’ track because of the professorship at on ‘B’ campus. Being a freshman at KCNM U is quite an honor, and I look forward to good times, and possible joining a frat. Dare I say, even the Lamda Lamda Lamda frat may find me worthy.
So, Hak.5 Radio is really taking off! We are now certified free and clear, you can check it out below. Just wanted to make a quick quip, more later. psst - however, as you can plainly see, this is far from LIVE data… jd
Yah, I know, it’s a bit late in coming but Frank Linhares has finally gotten his butt in gear and posted Ep 30! Check it out at or you can subscribe to it via iTunes by clicking this link If you can’t find the link, try clicking on the image. Awesome job Frank! Welcome back to the podcasting realm. mubix
Sorry to get your hopes up, but other people have been waiting for this to happen too…. Well, a design team was actually formed and got together to build a “mod” for StarCraft based on the WarCraft 3 engine. Some are calling this StarCraft 2, however Blizzard has refrained from fomally answering any questions about the unofficial mod. http://www.wc3campaigns.net/revolution/forum/ mubix
I have decided this year, for my birthday, to create a list of so-called “WANTS”. I prefer to see them as “NEEDS”. I have intentionally created this list large, as to give the most choices when selecting a gift. I have also tried to provide links to where these items can be bought online for the least amount of money. I have intentionally left prices out of this, and the list is unordered.
Check out this video from the 1940s. I have never seen anyone so flexable in my life.
Well, I am home. Not actually, I’m in the U.s. waiting for my flight to NOVA. I have a very interesting flight, more so than usual. First things first: No, the person next to me wasn’t an old lady that wanted to talk my ear off or a crying baby. It was actually a mother of an adorable boy that was sitting near the window. But you don’t want to hear about good stuff.
I broke down and bought a card reader. So check out my flickr. I have over a hundred pictures posted from the few days that I have been over here, and I’ll be posting more and more each day and they will all be in the same flickr set. Well we went to Akihabara again today to return a wireless card, but they wouldn’t take it back. Ghey. But I got a really cool usb flash drive and a the card reader I needed.
I’m taking a time out of all the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, Japan to write a little and promise picutres in the near future. Well, once my integrated card reader decides to read xD M-class cards. I just applied the patch from HP but it still has major problems. It gets to the first image and stops reading and I get all kinds of write errors. To add salt to the wound, I forgot my USB cable to my camera, so I really have no way of getting my pictures off the camera.