Friday, March 17, 2006

The only knitting I've done the last few days was wind an extremely skewed skein of yarn into a ball at a meeting Wednesday night. Thoughtfully it took as long as the meeting lasted. There might be a reason it was such a great deal. Also? I need a ball winder. In fact, there are MANY, MANY things I need.

Next year, when I want to give up something for Lent, remind me to do something easy, like giving up breathing. It's not as if I set difficult to reach standards either. Netflix is an ongoing bill, so I can get all the DVD's I want (not that I've watched any since December).

Colors of InfinitColors of InfinitAnyone else catch y last night? Good grief. I know I've got a cold that's dropping my IQ to my shoe size, but I did not type that. PBS special Colors of Infinity, hosted by Arthur C Clarke about the Mandelbrot set. Check out the Mandelbrot Set Generator.

Dr Who, the latest incarceration incarnation on the Sci Fi channel tonight at 9pm. I hope I'm asleep.

And, in the spirit of Lolly's Project Spectrum (I don't have to belong to play, do I?) here's a nifty little psych quiz:

Well, nifty if it stops whiting out my blog.At least I think it's its fault. And yes, that makes perfect sense to me.

No, I've decided it's Blogger. WTH?

Wasabi is awesome for a stuffed up nose. Sadly it doesn't last long.


Blogger RheLynn said...

Interesting test, and very Diebenkorn-esque result, at least in structure.

What kind of movies do you get through Netflix? Our queue is mostly classics, foreign and tv-series.

I love the Mandelbrot explorer -- cool link! Mine looked like a sunburst symbol.

6:07 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Just eat more sushi and wasabi and you'll be fine...

Thanks for the link to the test! I came out as a Respectful Analyst, which is pretty much in line with how I usually come out on such tests.

Hope you're feeling better!

4:35 PM  
Blogger Aven said...

It's nice that you guys in the States can finally see the new Dr. Who -- though it's causing CBC here to delay the second season, so that it'll synch up with the American run. It's really good -- Mark's a huge Dr. Who fan, so I've been subjected to the entire back catalogue (at least the episodes that exist), and I think they've done a great job keeping what was good about the old series and updating it for modern audiences.

8:33 AM  

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