Posted on March 26th, 2008
|The day was largely spent working with Project Noise. It's really picking up steam at this point, but it looks like I'm going to have to do a little creative recoding to make certain things work like they are supposed to.
A pair of swallows found the seed around the feeder, though they didn't head to the feeder itself. They returned at least once more, so it won't be long till the neighborhood knows about the free meal.
At some point during the day my right eye turned a nasty color of red. It doesn't hurt or itch, so I had no idea it was profoundly bloodshot until my parents mentioned it. No clue what that's all about.
I rebooted into Linux for some test earlier. I compiled and ran all of the benchmarking tests I've been doing. All of them ended up with the same results regarding which method was faster, but several of the tests were at least two orders of magnitude faster than the results under Windows. If you want to speed your computer up, install Linux.
I also installed Bloodshed's Dev-C++ compiler to test and learn about C/C++ and Pascal interoperability. This is going to be reflected in Project Noise.
Earlier today I wound up getting a look at this horrific monstrosity of a website. Each refresh the page changes yet remains a cause of epileptic seizures. This might explain why my eye is bloodshot.
I also ran across a webpage that discusses one of life's fundamental questions. No I don't mean the Meaning of Life. I mean the important question of how you should eat your chocolate Easter bunny.