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29.03.2007Thursday 29 March – Sleepiest

With minutes of sleep now valued higher than chocolate biscuits, I decided that the fifteen-minute walk to the city cat is an inefficient way to get to work, so caught a bus that’s only a minute from my door. I then proceeded to get lost, walking a long way in the right direction, only to find that it was a different right direction to the actual right direction. For some reason the city planners built the city pointing in the wrong direction here.
Today I learnt that it takes a little over three times longer to make extra cheesy spaghetti as hot as extra cheesy baked beans, in the especially angry microwave here at work.
Fixed an annoying problem where IE displayed white “speckles” or seemingly random pixels in the opaque resulting image from the image-fade-in loading script I’m using on my journal.
I got to sleep a little after midnight, which was not what I should have done.
Comment by Maz – Monday 2 April 2007, 3:46 PM
  Make a new label for it that says "Radiation king" or something?
Comment by Ned – Monday 2 April 2007, 6:39 PM
  Exactly why it has that label I don’t know. Nearly everything is labelled. That’s what happens when you let people work all night and leave labellers lying around.
Comment by Maz – Thursday 5 April 2007, 11:23 AM
  Yeah. We have a few Dymo labellers here and have a similar problem but people don't have such a sense of humour. Or I just don't get the insider jokes.

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