In the library

I’m in the library at the moment, taking a break from the grind of work for a little while and listening to Paul Carrack on my MP3 player. Thanks to Jim for introducing me to this rather enjoyable album; Blue Views. Suffice it to say, any break time is a good excuse to blog!

This place is still packed, and combining that with maths and algorithm revision it doesn’t make for a large amount of fun it must be said. Still, with the exam tomorrow I can’t afford to be lax at this stage.

In other news, Laura came over last night. Hadn’t seen her for months (literally) so that was nice to catch up and that. We drank wine and watched Doom. Crap movie for a plot line, but hey, its got big guns in it and after a few glases of wine, large monsters committing acts of murder is always good fun 😉

I bumped into a couple of people I knew in SoC earlier today and once again found myself dispensing some kind of computing advice. Im starting to think I have a red light on my head with a sign on top that says “Get all your free tech help here!”. While I don’t mind helping people I really ought to start charging – I could make quite a bit of money, either that or stem the flow of questions at least by a small ammount by placing an additional sign “Repeated questions in a short space of time may produce annoyance – don’t annoy the techie” or similar. I really need to get out more *sigh*.


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  1. Lib Said,

    May 21, 2006 @ 10:05 pm

    You are the resident techie! Although if you start charging, I hope to be in the discounted list lol

  2. James Said,

    May 22, 2006 @ 7:18 pm

    If you want to watch a good movie, I strongly recommend Phone Booth (2002). Saw it yesterday and its simplicity and plot is certainly endearing,

  3. Chris Worfolk Said,

    May 22, 2006 @ 7:21 pm

    For the record, the red light is on your back not your head ;).

  4. Kieran Said,

    May 22, 2006 @ 7:47 pm

    Lib, No one is on the discounted list unless they bring chocolate 😉

    Chris, I stand corrected on the location of the light *trys in vain to look at own back*

    James, I have seen Phone Booth and I agree, its a good film – infinitely better than Doom. It has that charm about it from the beginning that, while its a simple film with few twists and turns, keeps you glued to your seat. I highly recommend it.

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