Mon Sep 28 1998 10:24:
Here I am in the SEASNet xterm lab, and the browser greeting program knows
this fact even. I could put in more hostname recognition, I guess. Then Kris
and Andy, at least, could also get personalized greetings.
I just spent $160 on books. I could have easily spent over twice that if I
had bought the optional CS M151B books. I may return the one CSM151B book I
did get if I can get a better price on it from Amazon.
Woop, I just got mail from Ilyah. Time to go downstairs.
Sep 26 1998 (leonardr): Wow, Kris shares three of my four
classes (all except Classics). I think Adam shares one but I have not
heard from him. Kris must endure the four-hour lab with me and then he
has three more hours of class right after that. My heart bleeds for
Mon Sep 28 1998 17:23:
Ow, my feet hurt.
Ilyah and I spent 2 or 3 hours cleaning up the CSUA lounge. We moved in the big bookcase and put the books into it. Many of our books are autographed by Linus, but he just wrote "Linus" on the part of the book that's made up of the sides of all the pag
es, so it looks like they are Linus' books and we stole them.
We also hung up the mega Star Trek: First Contact poster.
Then on the way home I decided to get some stuff from Trader Joe's and test my hypothesis that I could save time by getting off the bus and walking home down National.
I made it home in about 15 minutes, so I think that doing that should save from 5 to
10 minutes, depending on how much stuff is in my backpack. My backpack is completely full right now.
I fear that Trader Joe's may not stock the raspberry sticks anymore. All they had were two tubs of orange sticks. I bought one of those just to try it, but I don't think they're going to sell them anymore. Oh darn.
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