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24.04.2004Saturday 24 April – Software Specification

I lazed in bed, sleeping in until after midday.
I headed into uni, to begin my “Software Specification” assignment, which has been out for weeks, and is due on Tuesday morning – but I am too slack to have started. I met Marcus and Kieran down at the labs, and got hungry. Clint had to buy cordial, and Coles shut in fifteen minutes, so Marcus and we drove down there, where a kebab filled my hunger, allowing Marcus and I to get the basic framework of this assignment done – with help from Kieran. Hopefully tomorrow Marcus and I can work through the proofs and verify our solutions are indeed valid.
Austnet has been suffering some type of major DDoS attack, and I have been unable to connect all day. I can only hope they manage to prosecute, successfully, the morons responsible.
Comment by clint – Sunday 25 April 2004, 12:03 AM
  mein alkohol!
Comment by Ned – Sunday 25 April 2004, 12:15 AM
  Mein herz brennt (nach übermäßigem spiritus)

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