Archive for July, 2005
This job might actually take – I’m going to HR today to fill out paperwork. That means I’m probably really going to have a job. Not like before where I have one, then don’t, then eh, you know. I was looking through some old files today and suddenly I got really excited about doing this [...]
It’s been raining in Baltimore, but instead of cooling off, its only created steam. It rains at night, mostly. Thunder, lightening, you know, the usual stuff. I think “Thank god! Tomorrow it won’t be one hundred degrees” and I wake up and its 100 degrees. We were thinking of moving out to the county. To [...]
While I have been jobless, some weird things have happened that have made me curious about the whole world of P2P software and WiFi. There are some interesting article about WiFi, P2P software, and the dangers associated with it. I knew you could get viruses from certain types of P2P software, especially Kazaa. But, I [...]
I ran into a bunch of the people from my last project while in the office building yesterday during my training. I really like them (this post is not going to be flowery since I have to leave to get on train in 20 minutes and I haven’t showered yet). The project itself is pretty [...]
I’m doing the DC bar application, they ask lots of questions. I mean, lots and lots of questions. They want to know everywhere I’ve worked since I was 21. Imagine. Shit, like it even matters that I worked at some crapholio coffee shop when I was in college. Oh well. You need to have DC [...]
I went looking again today and saw an office in a lovely part of town called Mount Washington. It is gorgeous there, in fact, it looks like some of the nicer parts of upstate New York/Vermont – all villagy and stuff. The office was all of 80 square feet. It was, at best, an oversized [...]
I’m updating a memo on lethal injection and how its cruel and unusual and its so weird that people spend so much time figuring out the best, most effecient way to kill people.