This week’s been hectic — I made a B in my last Computer Architecture test, but my above 100 score on the previous one [gotten through a bonus[, still leaves me with an A average. What’s this obsession with making all As?
I whipped my friend Raymond into a frenzy when I told him the MIT transfer deadline was January 1st — I must have needed a coke bottle then to look through and ascertain I was seeing right, as it turned out the deadline is March 1, next year.
Lee is leaving for Shanghai soon, her computer at the mercy of her crazy sister. I won’t be surprised if it doesn’t survive two weeks.
Mountain State’s reviving a literary magazine this semester, and hopefully, I’ll be meeting with Dr. Beech tomorrow, along with a few other people. Let’s see how it goes — although I’d rather maintain a low profile, it sure wouldn’t hurt to have references from what I hope will be a stint.
I’ve been furiously lazily coding on Authware and some thing else. I’m taking a big load on my shoulders at the moment, tangoing with security, and hoping the bad guys don’t get through at the first attempt. I do have a few concerns with the host currently being used — 1&1 [my host] sucks, but at least they take security more seriously than Dreamhost. I don’t want to let too much out, so I’m a bit vague.
That’s about it — I’m a lazy dreamer, envisioning grand ideas that are above what I deserve, but as the challenges come, I’ve got only one thing to say. Bring it on!