October 15, 2003

It turns out that not taking the new computer out of the box was a bad idea, as the gods saw fit to punish the cowardice thereby displayed by causing my old computer to crash in a spectacular and, without the outlay of a sum of money not currently in my bank account, irredeemable way.

That’s why I didn’t post yesterday.

But the new computer is all set up now, at least the basics, and my friend D.R. is coming over on Friday to help me get the data off the old one as well as to install software goodies on this one.

In other news, tonight I went to my first urban rebounding class at the gym. This consisted of getting on a little trampoline and jumping up and down in ways the novelty of which began to pale long before class was over. Nonetheless, I did derive a certain amount of glee from this attenuated return to one of childhood’s great pleasures.

Perhaps I’ll go to Central Park and climb trees this weekend.

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6 Responses to It turns out that not

  1. Jalal says:

    You need help in installing software?

  2. When it’s software that I don’t actually own and that he does, yes.

  3. Wayne says:

    Hrm, any softwares that you need that D.R. doesn’t own?

    Climb tress? Isn’t that kinda, dangerous? I mean, the ants would crawl all over you and…

  4. orbicon says:

    Mmmm. Bouncy. Seems like there’s a lot of that going on. For instance, http://www.cyberkenny.com/archive1003.htm#000006

  5. Makky says:

    I have also taken the Urban Rebound class. When I first realized we were going to jump on trampolines, I was secretly filled with joy. The novelty wore off fast. Especially when I looked at myself in the mirror, and I didnt look so cute. Plus, my legs felt like Jell-O afterwards.

  6. cf says:

    none with scars I hope…


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