||And the noise grows louder
Posted on March 10th, 2008
|Today began in an unusual way. Namely I did some cleaning. Using some boxes dad brought home mom and I covered my shelves with cardboard. Those shelves have lots of decent sized holes in them, and my toys are small enough to slip through them. Now that these holes are covered, I can position my toys any way I want to. I've been thinking about putting some away and rotating which are out but those holes stopped me. I spent the morning cleaning off all of the toys that have sat on those shelves since we moved in. Also, I disassembled my fan and cleaned the dust and cat hair off the blades.
Most of the rest of the day was spent working with Project Noise. It's nearly complete, though buggy as heck. What remains is just some tedious coding and debugging, and then I'll see if SourceForge is interested in it.
As for the neighbor's constant racket, today featured power tools instead of fighting.
In other news I spotted a blip online that I found a little concerning. It seems my ISP will soon be capping people's bandwidth usage. If you use more than the set limit, you get charged a fee! I have no idea how much bandwidth I use, so I looked up and installed a bandwidth meter. Odds are I don't use the net enough to reach the limit, but it's disconcerting that I might.
Speaking of bandwidth usage, here's a video on YouTube: Spanish for your Nanny. A bunch of rich self-important women learn how to talk to their hired help properly.