I’ve developed an almost heroin-sized monkey on my back for Korea’s official food, which, as it turns out, is not only very healthy, but also comes with its own supercute logo. I have a big jar of the most popular baechu variety in my refrigerator, much to my wife’s chagrin, as she hasn’t yet joined me in my downward spiraling addiction.
I finally got my new drivel packages out, and fixed up the gnome-sudoku packages as well, to jibe with the new post-Atkins build package set. I also managed to push out some new documentation to the Web site this evening. We have a lot of new translators moving into the project, which is fantastic. I need to do a few tweaks on the Translation Quick Start Guide to make sure we cover all the document metadata. Then I need to get back to the Documentation Guide, and get some steam worked up for the Installation Guide to make sure it will be in tiptop shape for FC6.
A friend of mine lent me some great stuff, including a paper on complex adaptive systems, a book on the development of Gnosticism, and another book on the idea of decline in Western civilization. Now to find some free time. I eagerly await the direct cortex link hack in FC-18.
After attending her lovely wedding last weekend at Ash Lawn-Highland, I’m looking forward to tomorrow night’s — oops, make that tonight’s — gig with Leah in Centreville at the Border Cafe. I feel a lot of positive musical energy on the rise, at least internally, and can’t wait to let it out.
Around all this fun — oh yeah, didn’t I go to work this week, too? — I am trying to seriously dig into Python. I got my Dive Into, I got my Learning Python… now where did I leave those extra brain cells? Oh yeah, at the bar. Oops.