See, I really do have things to say right now. I have sales stats to process and update, I have 2 course updates (Morley Field and the one in Sylmar), I have the world's best Disc Golf game to write, I have tapes to make and music to learn. I mean, I have things to do. Things I want to do. That I haven't done.
Dee, it's programming. My computer isn't healthy. I updated from NT4 to Win2000 hoping for a little more stability and process independence (which means I was sick of Netscape or Rand McNally MicroTravelThingie killing other programs or the whole damn OS). And it's been freezing on me for a month. I've tried everything, I even updated the BIOS on the SCSI card, for gods sake. Nothin'. So last night I stayed up until 6 am swapping ram in and out, hoping to find that something was wrong with one of 'em. [Oh, and if you expected me to start this paragraph by saying something stupid like, "I thought you'd never ask," well, I caught myself just in time]
Looks like only one of the 3 is actually healthy. Making progress.
More frustrating than that, though, has been these development libraries we use. I updated them to try and fix a problem that I had been having with the old ones (but could work around)... and developed a nice new problem that wasn't there before and couldn't be worked around.
But that almost certainly got fixed about two hours ago. For which I'm so grateful I can't express it in words.
Oh, did I mention it's chilly in here? I believe I've mentioned the quality construction employed in building my, uhh, building. I'm thinking about stapling bedsheets over the windows, and then sheet plastic over those. And maybe dumping a whole lot of cotton balls inside the bedsheets and plastic. Then I could sit back and wait for some poor unsuspecting girl to ask why I keep ten thousand cotton balls right next to my bed.