"An isosceles triangle" could be misunderstood as "A nysosselees triangle."
The fluidity of language.
Anyway, I didn't come here to display my love of language. (Well, not English, anyway.)
Got a cup of coffee; have homework to do (in Excel -- I still laugh sometimes that I do homework in Excel.) and a class to attend at 4. Finally, the hardware class!
Need more coffee.
SOTF went on a cleaning spree yesterday and dragged me along for part of it; during, I related some of the tale of ISBNs and CueCat that I read in hfb's journal. I should have realized I was digging myself a grave.
"We have a CueCat!" she said, brightly, about halfway through. I don't think she'll remember anything about the discussion (although she gets things when I explain them, she tends to forget them just as easily), but if she does, looks like I'll be begging code.
Speaking of which, I've noticed I have a fairly large mass of books. Not a real "library" mass, really, but enough for the rolling double-sided five-tier cart-thing to be overflowing with 'em. Lots of that is second-hand sci-fi, though.
The good news is that this homework is the *only* homework, if memory serves. Good thing, because I want to get some work done this weekend on the GUICS.