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stolen from patrick

Wednesday, December 7th, 2005
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A Year-In-Summary meme:

Go to the FIRST POST of every month.
Grab the LAST SENTENCE of each post.
Put 'em here.

January: I'm in no rush to get that done, though.
February: If it had a battery, I could finally stop trying to use my brain to plot courses.
March: This is also an important step towards getting a non-livejournal kvance website back on the internet.
April: And hopefully will get some work done on my AI project somewhere in there.
May: Take that, #'e-func-1!
June: It just composites one of these small windows :)
July: PATH=/opt/xmingw/bin:$PATH ./configure --host=i386-mingw32msvc
August: I should start using my todo list again, as I've got 4 or 5 open projects and I keep adding more :P
September: Anyway, I'm pretty amused.
October: But you probably already know whether or not this is something you'd want to see :)
November: WILL THESE QUESTIONS EVER BE DESTROYED BY ANSWERS?
December: I always have to cut way too much.


Here's the last sentence of the *last* entry in each month, because I forgot what I was doing THREE MONTHS IN.

March: With episodes of Star Trek: TNG and Good Eats queued up, I have no reason to check out History's marginally entertaining daytime programming.
April: Huh, I haven't thought about it like that...
May (bolded for greatness): All this talk about mpeg program streams is making me feel better.
June: It's only enabled for linux right now, but there's no reason it couldn't run under windows either.
July: I found out this morning that cats can be pretty loud at 6am :P
August: Yaaaaay!
September: I keep forgetting to never do web design, even when I'm just smashing together two existing designs.
October: I think my favorite rendition is still Smalltown Boy's Commodore 64 version (you'll need a sid player).
November: I feel like it's perpetually outside of my abilities and I should just stick to what I'm good at.
December: By far the most convoluted thing I've ever done in the kitchen.
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