And on this day, one week before I travel to Sydney, I have the following announcement:
My team has made the Grand Final of the TDU Debating Roster. This means that we’ll be facing off against the nearly-omnipotent Elizabeth College team in a battle of wits, logic, and sheer egos. The topic is That unrest in the Pacific is not Australia’s Problem, and we are the Affirmative.
So, everyone, book in your diaries Wednesday, October 4, and head on down to Ogilvie High School… It’ll be worth it!
Few of you have probably heard of the amaroK Music Player for KDE. If you have, you’ve probably been lamenting its lack of certain features. I certainly have. There has been one single feature that has kept me coming back to iTunes (through Crossover Office), and that is iTunes’ ability to organise your music folder. Well, amaroK now does that. It’s time to celebrate.
A full review once I use it more thoroughly.
(To explain the title of today’s post, look at their song “I am a Rock”. I soon will.)
ACPC 2006 was on today (for my team anyway…). We managed to score 4 questions out of 5 correctly, and if my reasoning is good, we came extremely close to solving the fifth. Since the competition is continuing, I can’t release details of the questions, but I will do so in a week or two’s time. Here’s hoping we win!
Due to the amount of blogspam I’m receiving, there is now an “are you human” test for entering comments. It just involves you typing the answer to a very simple question when you add comments. Hope that doesn’t inconvenience you all too much
Sorry for not updating around here lately, but I’ve been struck down by two different illnesses over the past two weeks, and as such, blogging has not been on the top of my list of priorities. That said, I’m getting better (I hope), and will, start posting more regularly as stuff actually begins to happen… which I’m sure it will