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I'm alive!!!

Permalink 12/01/07 at 06:09:55 pm, by Ed, 294 words   English (US)
Categories: General, School, Work, Games, Programming

Talk about pathetic! I haven't even looked at the blog in about a week! I have just been so busy with other things it never occurred to me to write anything.

I've been programming a Sudoku game for my UI Design class, which looks rather fancy, if I do say so myself. It's been eating up a lot of my time because I'd rather work on it than any of the other things I have to do, so whenever I can't think of anything to do, I just start working on Sudoku again, and leave my homework for another day.

Then I just had to go and reinstall my graphics drivers again. Yes, I know, re again same sentence == redundant, but it really is about the fifteenth time I've done it on this computer. Admittedly, these were new drivers, but it's a good thing, because the old one just stopped working all of a sudden.

It feels like everything is coming up so quickly this semester. It's already only two weeks until the end of classes. How did that happen!? In some sense, I'm glad, because I don't have to sit through my boring classes any more (cf. almost all of them) but that also means I have final projects due in many of my classes (cf. almost all of them... but not the same set). I'm only thankful that my rough draft of my eight-page paper was satisfactory for a final so I don't have to go edit that and submit another one of those. I just have to write a twenty-page portfolio and give a ten-minute pitch for my play which I am sooo not ready for, finish this damn Sudoku game, write a networked white-board application, and live.

Wish me luck.

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