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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Thursday 9 September 2004 (Day View)
09.09.2004 – Thursday 9 September – Day is Night
- • Marcus and I arrived at uni some time around ten o’clock and I headed down to the labs to finish off my COMS3200 Instant Messenger assignment. Several hours later and I submitted my COMS3200 assignment, about two minutes before reading something in the newsgroup that made me realise I had a bug that I had to fix. I then resubmitted it. I believe I should get 100% for this. I sincerely hope I do, after messing up the first assignment, and then putting in an all-nighter to do this.
- • I left uni for home early – before dark, that is, although it was dark when I arrived home.