||Extremely busy day
Posted on April 28th, 2008
|The chief feature of today was the visit from mom's friend. Their house sold in just 6 days! She wants to move in to this apartment complex, so we tagged along while she filed out forms and visited available apartments. She ended up going for a two bedroom apartment on the third floor, practically just down the stairs from us.
The remainder of my day was spent coding; I made an annoying discovery the other day about Din. Namely the new module design actually made things worse rather than better. Thus I had to pull it, and the easiest way to do that was start with a fresh copy of 0.2a and add the new features I'm keeping (constants, exceptions) to the fresh copy.
Four links for today:
Natural objects sometimes align themselves in complex patterns. Here's a gallery of some colorized examples. Nano-scale art
If you ever need a fresh perspective on things, go here
Today's most ironic headline is this gem: 300-pound inmate complains Arkansas jail doesn't feed him well.
Lastly Hans Reiser, creator and maintainer of one of the most powerful and fast file systems (ReiserFS), has been convicted of murder. It takes all kinds, indeed.