Lazy Sunday Originally uploaded by mirvettium. Forgot to buy milk and juice yesterday, and now everything is closed dammit. At least I have enough cream left over from yesterday’s mash to make this.
Oh my gawd what a lousy reason to take a day off, I’m down witht the flu on the day that we get hot cross bun for tea and when the team is supposed to go out for yum cha. I haaate my life, but common sense told me to stay at home, particularly since… Continue reading Achooi
V is for …
Day in the life Originally uploaded by mirvettium. Pirochan and Evilhayama came over bringing gifts of turtles and scoopy goodness, both will definitely be put to good use, though I am very reluctant to burn my little turtles down to a wax goo. Also watched V for Vendetta, and unexpectedly love it a whole lot… Continue reading V is for …
Windows on Mac?
SAN FRANCISCO – Apple Computer has stunned the Mac world – again! – by launching free software that will enable owners of the latest Intel-powered Macintosh models to run Windows natively on their Macs. Apple executives had earlier denied they would do this. The news saw Apple shares jump more than 6 percent to $65… Continue reading Windows on Mac?
My favourite website and look Pirochan cheap petrol close to yooou NRMA’s Petrol watch
Funny thing about listening to KnitCast (a knitting podcast) is that I never can quite guess what’s going to be on. Currently listening to it at work and ended up smirking and laughing quite a bit when listening to the birthday edition. It started off as another interview based on knitting, i.e. why do you… Continue reading Wool gathering
Windows gets to Mac screens
SAN JOSE – Two hackers who found a way to run Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system on new Intel-powered Macintosh computers, have won an $13,854 cash prize, Colin Nederkoorn, a shipping broker in Houston who offered the prize, says he just wants to streamline his work: instead of using his Apple PowerBook for some programs… Continue reading Windows gets to Mac screens
Super Mario creator knighted
PARIS – Japanese designer Shigeru Miyamoto, who 20 years ago created Mario, the video game superhero and Nintendo mascot, has been knighted. France’s culture minister Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres made Miyamoto a knight of the Order of Arts and Letters.
Bubble bubble Originally uploaded by mirvettium. Random art from a few months ago now. Hem I actually have time do more random schtuff.
I have connection!
At home and all connected, oh yeah baby! Now I just need longer chords so I can actually sit on the desk.