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Via [ profile] rho:

5 awesome things, in no particular order:
  • Doctor Who. (And my source of it,, which usually has a torrent up within an hour of the show being over.) I totally love this show. I've recently rewatched all of Seasons 1 and 2, and I'm keeping up with Season 4. I simply love it. I love the Doctor's knowledge: I love his immediate understanding of most things alien. (In fact, my biggest problem with Torchwood is Jack's total lack of knowledge about alien artifacts: from the 'Risen Mitten' to the various monsters they defeat that he has no idea about.) I really just love Doctor Who.
  • French Underwear. Jess (and, due to peer pressure, a number of her friends) have recently taken to shopping at Intimacy for underwear. Bad for the pocketbook, good for the self esteem -- Jess has been much happier with her self image, which has all sorts of positive side effects, and it's just damn pretty.
  • Django. I love hacking on Django apps. It's just so satisfying. Easy to develop, quick return on investment, etc. My current Django project at work had kind of gotten me down, because it's not particularly Django friendly, but a few quick apps I've hacked out recently have really reminded me of all the parts I like.
  • Daria. Been downloading seasons of that. Really like it.
  • Warm days with drizzly rain. I love summertime, and one of the things that reminds me most of summer is warm drizzly days.
  • Jess. She's lovely, and with the recent uptick in mood and health, it's been a couple of weeks that are quite wonderful.

Really, life in general is preetty okay at the moment. And I like that.

I need to write more, though I've been struggling to come up with what to write about: my day to day life is pretty static, with relatively few exceptions, so writing 'Same old, same old' seems dull.

But hey! An entry. hooray!


Sep. 4th, 2006 11:45 am
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If there is at least one person on your friends list who makes your world a better place just because they exist and who you would not have met (in real life or not) without the internet, then post this same sentence in your journal.

One summer, I met 23 people in real life who I had previously known only via LiveJournal. If it were not for LiveJournal, I would never have met Jess. If it wasn't for IM communications, I probably would have never dated Sarah. I only have a small handful of friends that I didn't meet online first: Aerin and Andrew, a few friends from high school, and Christy, but I think that's all. I'm looking through my AIM buddy list and not seeing many people who my relationship with was not started or encouraged by talking to them online rather than in person.

I think that says something about me, and I'm not sure if it's good or bad ;) I do know that the friends I have now are some of the greatest people around, and I'm really glad to have met all the people I have, and I'm thankful that this online community has allowed me to keep up with so many people I would have otherwise lost contact with.
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Two memes in one week. I think I'm broken. But "The Ultimate LiveJournal Obsession Test" is too great to pass up.

theferret is the best )
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I tried out TrustFlow II for LiveJournal. The following people not on the friends list for [ profile] crschmidt are close by: More results below the cut... )

Created by ciphergoth; hosted by LShift.

TrustFlow II: Who is closest to your friends list?

This is the first one of these that has ever made me feel pleased with the wording: they're not people that *should* be on my friends list, but people who are close to it, which I think is relatively accurate.

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