Hmm… Blogger is being fiendish. It delays publishing my posts oddly. It doesn’t publish until I post another entry after that. Stupid blogger. Pah.

My “Bat Boy” CD is an excellent way to guage how much time I spend on my CGs. It’s almost exactly an hour long, so depending on how many times I restart it, I know just how much I need to turn off the computer and get some sleep. Like right now, for example…

::drools shamelessly:: Voyage 200. Mother of all calculators. And you thought the TI-89 was nifty! Texas Instruments’ latest baby, the Voyage 200, is still in its development phase, so TI lent a few of them to Mr. Taylor, my Physics teacher, to test on our excursion to Six Flags. My group was one of the lucky few to get one. Probably because the three of us (me, Mackenzie, and Iana) are Multimedia Engineering brats, but oh well. It’s still awesome. It has about 3 megs of memory, which is fantastic for a calculator, so we get to do all sorts of more sophisticated stuff. We can store tons more data, for one. We also get to use the 3-axis accelerometer, which is beyond cool. I can’t wait until Sunday… Hurrah for Six Flags Physics Day! ::dances merrily::

Yay for laptop names! At the moment, Marvin and Jason are out of the running. I embrace the niftiness of the names “Jimmy”, “Arthur”, and “Ford”. Hurrah. I’m fairly certain that I’m naming my tablet “Mouse”, as none of the other names really seem to fit.

Sannali’s EF Round-Robin collab idea sounds ultra spiffy-keen with a strawberry on top. Let the festivities begin!

Rebecca mentions my Markscarf. Hurrah! Let’s share it with the world! 001, 002

My digital camera is Satan, so I decided to do more scanography. Lots of fun. It stretches things weirdly and messes up colors. Joy! Featured is my Monsters Inc antenna ball.