Beowabbit (beowabbit) wrote,
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Quick sleepy update

Good few days. I finished V for Vendetta (the comic), and really enjoyed it, and hope to see the movie soon.

Speaking of movies, I’ll be seeing Mrs Henderson Presents with chienne_folle on Thursday, and am looking forward to it (and to the company). (Too sleepy to make an IMDB link right now. :-)

Went to lots of wonderful social events over the weekend. Among other fun things, got to chat about jazz with chillguru and see eeblet during her whirlwind Right Coast tour. Oh, and got to learn a new board game.

Part of why I’m tired is that last night I got home a bit on the late side to discover that my new phone, a Treo 650, was waiting for me in a box on the porch. So of course I stayed up late getting it working and transferring stuff from the old phone. And today I got calendar synchronization working, so I can again carry around my schedule in my pocket.

Several years ago, when I used to carry a Palm organizer around with me, I was somewhat more organized and less likely to forget stuff I was supposed to do. But then I started carrying more and more other shiny bits of consumer electronics around with me, and stopped carrying anything that was good at calendaring. Now I have a phone that’s good at calendaring, so hopefully I’ll be better about not forgetting to write down stuff I want to do. Wish me luck. Also, wish me more days in the week and more hours in the day, because that’s the real problem with my schedule. And make sure that about three of the extra hours are stuck between 4:00am and 4:01am, so that I will actually wake up well-rested every day.

Speaking of well-rested, it’s time for me to go work on that.

[EDIT: Oh, and yummy dinner with cathijosephine at the Tibetan place by the Diesel. I hadn’t had Tibetan food in way too long!]
Tags: arts, books, diary, events, friends, schedule, tech
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