Tuesday, March 4, 2003

New Drive, New Laptop

I can't beleive it. I bought this new hard drive for my old laptop. It's practically silent. You can't even tell the computer is on anymore. I can actually hear myself think again. It's a miracle.

I'm laying in bed right now, slowly winding down from my day. It was a long one. I did end up waking up at 9:00AM this morning, but I ended up working till like 7:00PM, so that makes up for it.

Work, I must say, has been interesting. It's been very challenging. There's so much shit going on right now, no one on the outside has any idea. I know that many of our users feel like we've lost sight of what's important and that we might be ignoring them. That beleif couldn't be more farther from the truth. We're going to be making some tremendous changes on our end over the remainder of this year. It will be shocking. It will be great.

I've started playing Quake 3 again with a few people from work. It's been a lot of fucking fun. It's nice to know that I still got it. Well, compared to everyone else I know. Justin and Christophe and I pretty much are even in terms of skill. We end up rocking each others asses for about an hour or so at a time. Highly enjoyable.

God, I can't get over how nice and quiet my laptop is now. It's fantastic. I realized today how great Norton Ghost is. I mean, for once, Symantec got something right. It could be a little more clear with that whole master slave shit when it came to doing backups via tcp/ip. other than that, it was stellar. The part I liked most about it was it resized the original partiition to fill the new added drive space. I thought that was quite slick.

I'm really excited. My parents are flying to Turkey to go visit friends and family for three whole fucking months. I don't have to hear their guilt trips or bitching for three WHOLE months. I mean, don't get me wrong. I definitely love my parents. They just can be a little exhaustive.

That leads me into the next topic, being I watched "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" tonight and boy did I realize that that's exactly what my life is like. I mean, those Greeks are like identical to us Armenians. It's really quite scary. Good times.

Okay, time for bed.

Nitenite.

-s

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