I skipped the HFIG panel (bad Sacha! ;) ) to go to IBM. I had so much
fun coding a simple data processor, though, that I didn’t feel guilty
at all. Another blogger had posted this _totally_ awesome
visualization of bloggers and their locations, and the blog entry
helped me learn how to determine a person’s work location given the
e-mail address. Neato. Also, I did some more evangelism work. Whee! =)
I had so much fun hacking that I nearly forgot about the 5:35 bus.
Good thing Stephen IMed me. =) I ran to the bus stop and caught it,
but that was still pretty scary!
I ended up chatting with Quinn on the way home. I should invite her to
a dinner party sometime…
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