expect more of these. I'm at uni right now... with internet access on eric. woo!
its quite sad actually. the first thing i do when ive got authorisation to use the internet is to blog. hmm... what has my life come to?
I'll tell you what: i am a nerd. I can program in java, write in binary AND hexidecimal, plus i spend my day with my laptop strapped to my back.
if you rearrange the letters of "Emma" and add an "N", take away the "m's" plus the "a" and add a "rd" my name is actually "nerd."
i just had a look at the poster sale in campus centre. If i had money (which i will soon eh salona!!! woo!!! LUMP SUM!!! haha. lump. lisa. haaa hahaha) i would buy some. but i am very poor. infact I have $0.02 And i found some nifty little market stall (its market day today) which sells rediculously overpriced stickers... which just happen to be mega cool.
i still have an hour and a half to burn. i don't really feel like talking to anyone at the moment. i haven't had much "me time" since i started here. i want to go on a walk today around the campus to explore. but i can't be fucked to lug my bag around. Today i had to bring my Java textbook. its huge. it's just over 4cm thick. thats like twice the size of eric. hang on... the book is actually twice the size of eric. it's morbidly obese. and i'm the one whos dying due to its obeseness. Although, I'm sitting next to a journal called "Journal of Logic Programming" which looks about 6 or 7cm thick. and its hardcover. yuck. wow. there are some pretty exciting journals here: "Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology" - "Algorithmica" - Paralell Computing" oh the joy!
last night i went to see Augie March who were playing a gig at the Northcote Social Club for Triple J's Live at the Wireless. It was a very good show. I was really impressed. I'm not sure how it sounded on the radio, but the gig was pretty damn good. Jonno came with me, which was good fun, as I think i made a fan out of him. Plus he drove, which was really novelty as it's Jonno driving. I was chief navigator, which was interesting... Jims directions beforehand were pretty accurate and were much more helpful than reading the melways in the dark.
Glenn Richards is such a little munchkin. I saw him live last November/December when he was supporting Dan Kelly and the Alpha Males, but to see him with the entire band was such a good experience. For most of it they were pretty tight, and making some pretty fancy tunes.
In the email that they sent me when i won the tickets, they made it very clear that it was an overage event, and that ID would be essential. But I just walked in smoothly. Its a great feeling. Hopefully they will be that easy tomorrow night when I go to see gyroscope at the same place. Hmmm... my photos aren't uploading. very uncool. actually, the photos themselves aren't too cool. It's probably Monash's fault. So I'll do it when i get home if it doesn't work now. i think its bloggers fault. :(
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