On its way from Victoria late next week. Is it bad that I have a name for it already?
It’s going to kick some serious butt, and hopefully the fact it’s arriving later in the week will mean that I can spend a few lazy days earlier in the mid-semester break reading books and chilling at the beach/in parks/generally being a uni bum/arts hippie. Then I’ll hopefully not want to go back and this new half-kilowatt flamethrower will be used sparingly around study and real-world engagements.
Either way, this puppy should do nicely for at least the next five years.
This afternoon I’ll be dropping off the map for a while due to a holiday to Victoria (although regrettably not with, because that would be rather nice), and no Internet access is anticipated.
I’ll probably be back by Friday the 22nd, but depending on… what people want to do… it could be as late as Sunday the 24th. Apologies if comment moderation takes stupid amounts of time — users who have already been able to post comments shouldn’t experience any problems, though. As always, the contact form works (I just won’t be reading it for a week), and I’ll have my mobile with me (although reception is open to debate).
See everyone in a week or so!
I’ve received another bout of email intended for someone else’s eyes today, which is remarkably irritating. More so, as it is evident that these emails come as a result of that person thinking they still have the address which they have abandoned, and I have acquired. That’s what happens when you have in ISP-based address, I guess, but I got it before purchasing this domain, and it’s being retained for the next while, at least until the quantities of spam pouring into it get too ridiculous. Read the rest of this entry »
by Josh Street on October 6th, 2004 Tags: australia
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