I was writing a long gray entry again, but stopped. Â It was a long day at the office, files kept coming in during the day and I had to do files for two of my coworkers who were absent. I was home a couple hours later than usual. And there has been the whole work week, with a little less sleep than I should have each night. Â Yes, my day is starting to slide again. I have been able to hold it constant for a while, using the Holosync Dive for half an hour or sometimes more in the morning, but lately it is sliding again. Â Well, enough about that. Â I don’t feel like writing an essay tonight, let that be enough.
In other news, Linux (the freeee operating system) is progressing slowly but surely. Â Last year, getting flash content (such as YouTube) to run in Opera under Linux was still hit & miss for me. Â This time, I still had to look it up online, but it only took half a minute or so to actually get it to work. Â So now I can play my brute in my browser window, although Tsaiko’s brute still flattens me in a moment.
It took me considerably more time to get the ICE (NMT) wireless broadband to work under Xubuntu Linux. I am not sure why, but I never got that to work before, which is why I bought the Vista laptop in the beginning of 2008. Now another Vista machine has been Linuxified. No more worrying about worms, virii, keyloggers and identity theft, all the usual stuff that Windows users have hanging over their neck day by day. Â (Of course, I still have to not be a complete bumpkin that clicks on any mail claiming to be from my bank or Ebay politely asking me to enter my data again to avoid my account being closed. Â Seriously, some people need to not use computers, or talk to strangers, alone.) Although the computer was more than strong enough to run Vista, so I won’t have that benefit (Linux runs better on older or weaker machines).
Oh, and another glass jar recycled! Wheee! Â Just twenty or so left.