Well, see there was this funny thing that happened the other day...
Like many people looking for a job, I've been stuck in a rut pouncing from one prospect to the next for almost a year now.
I graduated not too long ago, last May specifically, but the story was always the same no matter where I looked, I'm either not experienced enough, money ran dry or I'm just SOL.
So I decided to settle with a smaller job in the meantime. I applied to do some Student level work at my university about a month ago and started work yesterday.
The short of it, my computer is slow. [skip to the bottom if you don't feel like reading my ramblings]
What? 512MB you say, in this day and age? That's your problem right there sonny.
Well, 512MB is where I started with on this computer but I upgraded eventually. I'd hate to be running this ancient monolith of a computer on those specs. Actually, I'm running 1.2GB of RAM, but is that still really enough? No, and in fact it feels as if my computer is dependent on
Updated 20th October 2010 at 09:15 PM by Rayne
It’s been a while since I’ve been around here, keeping busy with doodads and kicknacks and sounding like a 60 year old hipster. Ok, not so much that last part, but I’ve been in and out this past month and much more noticeably this past year.
It’s quite a bit of stuff so I’ll break it down into different topics if you’re interested.
-Rogue the cat
-A new Era of my life, Graduation and Job Hunting
Seeing the little bunnies around our yard was a cute spectacle as I mentioned in my other blog post, but I was nearly unprepared for the news that a friend of my sister’s was dropping a tiny nearly newborn kitten at our front door.
For about a week, we already had family over from Texas staying over with their Beagle. My own little kitten was stressed enough dealing with our new guests and their dog. Adding
What has kept me so busy that I couldn’t be online every day? Our house. Quite literally I’d spend the day working in the basement, fixing lights, laying tiles and scrubbing this or that in preparation for all the guests we had over.
Seriously, we were practically running a hotel at one point. We had my aunt and uncle from Texas with my cousin and his dog, a cousin (locally) who wanted to spend a few nights over here and another aunt and uncle from the Philippines. They were