I am enthralled by the AM radio in my inherited Catalina. At night, I can drive around and for short periods tune in stations from Tennessee and freakin' Kansas City. It's awesome in an odd way.
In related news, I got an invite to GBS-FM, the Something Awful internet radio doohickey. It's pretty great, actually. Nearly infinitely broad playlist, which is user selected, and on the weekends it's almost 100% actual DJ'd shows. Currently playing: Redbone, "The Witch of New Orleans", on Blackhole's Event Horizon show.
Shifting gears, I temporarily gave up on pushing out Olive b4 after spending all day yesterday doing nothing but staring at the open buffer. Instead, I have started on a long-promised project which is proving exceedingly difficult: writing an introductory Linux document(s). It's harder than I thought it would be because it turns out that some of the people I'm doing this for are so young that they've never used a CLI before, and were having Massive Understanding Failures early on. But they're bright, and wanting to do this of their own accord, so it'll work out.
Kate is gearing up for Maywrimo. Will I manage to finish last year's story idea before this year's Nanowrimo?