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: Oh man. Look at this: http://www.fibblesnork.com. It has all the Lego sets I used to have. Mega mega mega!

Later: Actually, it doesn't. It doesn't have the town sets for some incomprehensible reason. But the space sets rocked. They used to, anyway. Now they're incomprehensibly, mind-bogglingly stupid.

Attention everyone. It's birthday time in the lunchroom. Birthday time in the lunchroom.

Later still: I got Coffee Junction pictures from Mrs. Irby. They are cool, black and white. Two of them look like press pack photos. They will be scanned probably next week, assuming I can get the scanner to work (it died).

Even later than that: This is the first "Even later than that" entry. Go look through the archives if you don't believe me.

Everyone else is doing it, why can't we^H^HI? I wanted to succumb to screenshot mania, but I never use X except for Netscape, so I just have this pathetic default Afterstep configuration. The solution, however, is simple. All it takes is hope and trust, and a little bit of pixie dust. I just fired up Netscape and went over to Garrett's page, loaded his neato Enlightenment Emulation In Windowmaker theme screenshot, and took a screenshot of that. It's a meta-screenshot! Now includes the obligatory IRC window. Aah, you kids today. When I was your age all we had were ones and zeroes. And sometimes we'd run out of ones, and we had to use just zeroes.

Speaking of zeroes, I wrote a rant about Windows 98. Yeah, that was an easy shot, but I didn't plan it, so I figured I might as well take it.


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