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JAPH. (That's right -- I'm not Really Inexperienced any more.)

I'm not just here, I'm here [], and here [] too, I ramble randomly in my philosophical blog [] and my other blog []. Soon I'll come in a convenient six-pack.

Journal of chaoticset (2105)

Monday May 06, 2002
07:29 PM


[ #4707 ]
The good news is that my project scored a nice big 100%. She graded only on technical aspects and not presentation, or I'm sure I could have ended up with a bit of downgrading for sloppy presentation.

The bad news is that I'm missing 1/3rd of the assignments for the semester. Two of those I merely forgot to do because I missed class and never checked for assignments; two of those, however, I ended up putting off because they frustrated me. Browsers have a frustrating habit of not giving you decent feedback to debug with, IMHO. "But WHY don't the tags work!?" I wanted to scream several times.

That's okay. I have a whole pot of coffee in the other room, big chunks of time, and some of the assignments are half-started. Tonight, assignments, tomorrow, two take-home exams.

I will feel so much better Thursday.

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  • this is in fact one goof thing about Netscape 4 and piror. The source viewer almost always
    displays the region in question (blinking I believe).
    Were that I say, pancakes?
    • It's just occasional frustration. Normally I can spot my errors with a thorough going-over of the code in question, but if my nerves are sufficiently frazzled, I find myself attributing Machiavellian schemes to the computer. "It WANTS me to be I'll slip up, and then it will have the upper hand!"

      It's usually nothing that a decent meal and a good night's sleep won't cure.


      You are what you think.