Welcome to James Brown's blagoblag! This contains various thoughts and opinions, mostly wrong, going back a couple of decades. All of the opinions are my own, and probably not my employer's. Feel free to visit the about page for more
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As you may or may not have noticed, I haven't really done… well, much of anything with the website lately. I've been very busy with my real life, and haven't had the time to fiddle with the painfully ugly PHP that powers this website. If you're still interested in the continuing adventures of Roguelazer, I have a blog which I have been known to update. I also quite intend on putting new VO screenshots up sometime, and when I do, I'll make a newspost. It might be in, like, two hours. Or two years. Who knows! Anyhow, ciao.
Woah! I still exist!
I guess I've been neglecting this blog for a while. It's all right-
nobody reads it anyway, so who's going to notice? But I'm a bit bored
today, so I thought perhaps I'd post again, just for old times' sake. As
you might be able to guess, I'm back in Fall River again; I'm home for
the summer. I made it through my first year at Harvey Mudd College with
my lowest grade as a B- (in Chemistry, obviously).
Not too much exciting going on since I got back. I spend a couple of
hours every day taking care of …
Yep, I'm back in Fall River. The plane ride (Sat. Mar. 10) was, as
expected, painful and long. But I am indeed home. Yay me.
Remember How I Said That This Blog Would Have Politics?
I just read Chris Clarke's "How to Explain Things to Libertarians".
It is officially an awesome piece of writing that I recommend everybody
read - particularly those of you who may be tempted by the writings of
Ayn Rand et al. But hey, I'm just a crazy leftist, what do I know?
Ah, Collegiate Internet
As you may or may not know, HMC shares what is essentially a backbone
line to the Internet. Sometimes, if you get it just right, that can mean
really, really excellent things. As this photo shows. No, that's not
doctored. If you go to some of my photos on flickr, you can see more
of these insane speeds. And I just wanted to say that that is awesome.
My Geek Code
As I sit in the VLSI lab waiting to meet with Prof. Harris and the rest
of the Clay-Wolkin group, I thought I'd post my Geek Code on this blog.
Ya know, just for fun.
-----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK-----
GCS/M/MU d-(+) s:+(:++) a18 C++++$ UL*++++>$ P+>++ L++++$
E--- W+++>$ N++ !o K w++(--) !O- M++$ !V-- PS+(++) PE(-)
Y+>+ PGP++(+++) t+ 5- X+ R tv b++++>$ DI+ D++ G++ e>++++ h
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------