UnMagnificent tales of interest behind the one and only Bulbagarden Kitteh Mod.>:3
Quasi-related. My hard drive? only 60GB with only 52GB available off a workable partition.
I've managed to always get close to quota, but how I do so without bricking is beyond me. I've worked off 1GB of free space for the better part of last year and this is how Windows congratulates me. (of course all new stuff gets handled via an external that's 5x larger than what I have, but details, details.)
Updated 20th October 2010 at 09:14 PM by Rayne
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
So in May I finally graduated with a BS degree in Civil Engineering and a Minor in GIS (the minor implies I can play with maps real good and all special like). Even better still, I found out I passed the FE exam that all engineers are required to take in order to earn their full professional license in June.
I can hardly believe I’ve already made it this far. For so long, everything, certain subjects, the curriculum, the schooling seemed like it would drag on forever. But
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