day yesterday. It was a little busy at work, that’s a good thing. This job is such a blessing. I might use that word too much but I can’t think of a better one. I mean, it’s just a great company and this location is so compact and tightly woven that it isn’t hard to manage at all. After all the years of working 90 hours a week thinking I was important, it’s just awesome to work a normal schedule. The guys I work with are hard working and dedicated, a pleasure. It actually reminds me of the old TV show, Taxi. And I’ve brought some things to the table, especially in the area of fun. Hey, who can’t like a boss that buys a grill and a picnic table?
Still in full on computing mode.I think that the US military has hidden classified information inside of the iMacs. There is no other explanation for why they are so hard to take apart. I decided to see if an old 30 gig hard drive would work in Pinkie because after upgrading her to OS X, her 10 gig drive only has 2 gig free, enough for playing but not enough to work with for very long. BTW, I told 1 that I was giving her a boob job but she said boobs are for show, hard drives are for go, so this must be a bootie job. Anyways, as of this morning, Pinkie still has her small bootie. I’m thinking of getting my reciprocating saw out (hey, maybe my chain saw!) and doing surgery. Just kidding, I think. I’ll browse the net today and see if I can find some hint at what to do. Prior to this I was thinking that I was something of a mechanical genius but I suppose I’m not.
I’m still impressed with them though, especially with such little memory. It’s amazing that the Ubuntu live system booted up and ran. I notice some frame quirks when running a full DVD but nothing bad. Only Pinkie has the DVD, Ruby has a cd. Ruby is going to a new home tomorrow. And, since it’s convienent for me to pick them up, I picked up a couple more this morning. BT is interested in playing with one and he will have his choice of BlueBoy or Ruby II!. Pinkie is still the queen though with her DVD. I guess I’d better go out in the plant and see if anything is happening. Late.