Day’s Verse:
In place of your fathers will be your sons; You shall make them princes in all the earth. I will cause Your name to be remembered in all generations; therefore the peoples will give You thanks forever and ever.
Psalm 45:16-17

It seems that analogcafe.net was recently hacked and taken over to install some ne’er-do-well computer infection. My deepest apologies if it caused anybody trouble; I have zero control over analogcafe.net and could do nothing about it.

Today has felt long enough to span an entire weekend. On the other hand, that also means I’ve gotten a weekend’s-worth of work done, or almost. The most fun work came when my group for Visual Design got together and started creating fun ads to raise awareness of how cool it is to be TC. We took pictures of ourselves in fun, TC-promoting situations and intend to keep working on making them appealing. These will be no-copy (wordless) advertisements that turn all those ECE, ME, CS, MA, and BB majors green with envy at what fun stuff we do. It’s also great practice for me for my MQP as well.

The less fun work involved listening to the recording of a tutoring session I did and analyzing it. The paper doesn’t sound so great, but I’m really just sick of that class and want it to be over. And of course there’s always bio reading; I’m currently learning about solid waste management – what to do with all the garbage we produce. Answer: produce less garbage. Ha!

– KF –

3 thoughts on “H4x0r3d!

  1. Going back to the subject of RTBG from yesterday–there’s really no reason that cute, blond, fashionable, well-endowed women should be any particular type of person–vacuous ninnies, brilliant adademics, or average students. Our perceptions are too often colored by societal stereotypes. I’m glad you had a chance to meet her.

  2. Man, she IS cute, isn’t she? And you’re totally right, and I’m glad that I met her because it reinforced how wrong stereotypes can be.

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