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Those of you who don't regularly read my blog may still want to grab the nifty Flash app I just threw together that you can use to display the current electoral vote predictions from electoral-vote.com on your own blog or website. If you're interested in politics at all, that is.

This Friday begins my longest vacation since I got a full-time job: ten straight days of relaxation and focusing on my own projects. We've got plans to visit family and travel to exotic, far-off locales. I will get a haircut, and look into getting my bass guitar fixed. I will play videogames with reckless abandon, and get lots of reading done.

Also, my current job is ending in September (whee, contract work) and I'm looking around for new programming jobs within an hour's commute of southern Rhode Island. Here is my résumé. If you have any hot tips, please email me. Thanks.

I just finished reading An Embarassment of Mangoes by Anne Vanderhoof, on the recommendation of my lovely wife. Now, I've never particularly liked riding in boats very much, but this book makes me want to not only take a sailing class, but buy my own boat and sail to the Carribbean. Highly recommended.


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Jul. 21st, 2004 06:42 pm (UTC)
Le Biodôme, le Jardin botanique, et plus de belle filles qui parle le Français. Bien sur.
Jul. 21st, 2004 09:26 am (UTC)
sailing is great. i do it as much as i can here.
Jul. 21st, 2004 03:35 pm (UTC)
You'll be in NYC?
Excellent! Is there a MUDmeet or anything scheduled? I'd love to just meet up and say hi or something, since the one time we were both at Kizkatreddyteapartment we didn't exactly get a lot of time to talk or anything.
Jul. 21st, 2004 06:43 pm (UTC)
Re: You'll be in NYC?
Well, we're thinking of spending Friday there, but since we're not entirely certain about it we haven't planned anything. You'll definitely hear about it if something does get planned, though!
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