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Five Days in Three

I have to admit this was a generally great weekend. Normally at this time each year, I'd be at Burning Man, which is its own kind of excellent experience overload. For a whole slew of reasons, thought, I spent this labor day weekend at ConJose, the 2002 World Science Fiction Convention.

For a WorldCon it was kinda sedate, to put it kindly. Still, I had a lot of fun hanging out with old friends I'd not seen in a long time. I also picked up a few thing I'd had my eye of for a while, including a plush Cthulhu and a kickass stuffed Anubis that I'd admired at a friend's house before. I also went to the Eye of Argon reading, and really let loose with a silly over-dramatized set of recitations. Much fun and laughter.

Code-wise, tugrik managed to plant a few ideas for the Belfry comics pages in the back of my brain, that outright demanded that I write them overnight Sunday-Monday. So between WorldCon all day, and coding all night, I admit I'm really running short of sleep. Oddly, though, my mind keeps running at a million miles an hour. It's to the point that I've been on a serious power techno music binge all weekend, as it matches how my head feels. It's like my head can't contain all the ideas and projects I want to work on, and the urge to start more projects is pretty intense.

AUGH! I need about eight clones to do everything I want to do!

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smack_jackal
Sep. 3rd, 2002 05:13 pm (UTC)
Replicants take jobs away from hard working humans! No replicants on Earth! No replicants on Earth!!
impytoes
Sep. 3rd, 2002 05:42 pm (UTC)
What you need is AAAccordian muzic!
(Anonymous)
Sep. 4th, 2002 07:37 am (UTC)
Projects and clones.
Of course, the clones just think up more projects too };>.

On the subject of neat coding, the problem for the <a href="http://icfpcontest.cse.ogi.edu/</i>ICFP</a> was deviously interesting this year. Seemingly simple problem with lots of neat twists when you consider that you're playing against other people. Other tasks unfortunately pushed my solution past the deadline =^.^=. Enjoy. -Deuce
revar
Sep. 5th, 2002 02:27 am (UTC)
Re: Projects and clones.
Of course, the clones just think up more projects too.

Auuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuugh! I obviously cannot win.
rasputin42x69
Sep. 5th, 2002 01:22 pm (UTC)
Re: Projects and clones.
*hmms an contemplates an army of batbat clones unleashed unto the world*

Bill Gates would know the true meaning of ph34r... Heh...
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