Archives week 25 of 2005
June 20, 2005 - June 26, 2005
I've just finished pulling together and creating exe installers for all of Cinemon's open-source dependencies (save PostgreSQL). It's quite a list; 18 packages, with one single-module dependency and some internal packages as well. Went fairly well, save that some of the packages were bzip2 compressed (which WinZip doesn't handle).
I originally tried to do a ...!-->!-->
I'm trying to think when I'll get time to put together the demo on Tim's laptop... guess it'll have to be now-ish, as I'm pretty much booked tomorrow and Tuesday. I think I'm getting to the meeting-exhuastion point... or rather I'm getting to the "I'd really like to work on the product now" point.
Dinner at Jazz' place was wonderful. Great food, lots of fun conversations. Jazz' friend Mark was there. Interestingly, his job for Rogers is, effectively, one half of what Cinemon does (the group-of-modems half). Kind of a neat coincidence there.
We (Mark and I) didn't wind up winning (my fault, I'm just not up on pop ...!-->!-->
She says there's hope for me
As she walks down the aisle
I just couldn't get up this morning, so I spent the whole day abed... well... not quite. I actually did a tiny bit of work on the OpenGL-in-ctypes stuff, but hardly enough to be noticable. I keep thinking there has to be a better way to handle the wrapping and stopping to try to find ...
I very seldom get over to my co-worker (Tim)'s place. But this week I picked up his pay cheque for him, so I had an excuse to walk over and see his new baby. My plan, you see, was to pop in, see her (the baby) and then pop out again to get some serious ...
Rosey's leaving for her French immersion course tomorrow, so she wanted me to pull off all of the pictures she's been taking for the last couple of days. When I downloaded them, however, I realised that most of the pictures on the camera were actually from my San Antonio trip. No really great shots IMO, ...
Blake's comment reminded me of a Prisoner's Dillema exercise back in high school (bear with me all of you who've heard this story, the point will eventually come along). Basically, when setting up a prisoner's dillema, an artifical controlling force has to prevent the society-as-a-whole from rising up and putting down 1) those who are ...
Some time between truth and dawn
A little hope escapes.
I cannot sleep (again)... though I suppose in the end I haven't really tried (how often when I can't sleep is it really that I don't want to sleep because I want to think about the thing that's keeping me awake?) Memories are haunting me again. Stupid memories.
I miss the quiet with her in ...!-->!-->