Just more of a whats-going-on post in my world. It really has nothing of service.
So, recently, I've finished my term, got a job and moved in Waterloo. This will mark the first time I haven't gone back home after the terms, and I'm excited. I thank my parents for all of the continued support that they give me, but I also really appreciate trying things on my own.
Over the summer I'll be working at RIM putting hardware together. I expect it to be mildly more stimulating than cleaning beef grinders. At least hardware testing is vaugely almost related to things I want to do.
The server has officially moved to infornography.ca, though I'm looking at finding a more permanent solution to these hosting issues. Uptime may be spotty.
And my room rocks. It's literally a cave. I'm tucked away in the corner of an attic of a four-square home. There's about 3 feet of clearance for my bed. It's fun to live in for now, not permanently, and at least the cave remains fairly dark. I should paint wildebeests, penguins and daemons or something like that on the walls with fingerpaints.