Still Code Flipping

I wanted to walk this morning.
I wanted to write a long blog post this morning. (Short version — lumps on back most likely not life threatening.)
I wanted to write about iPad 3. (Short version — I’m preordering one today, but don’t plan to be in town on the release date.)
Instead I woke with my mind racing about my code, so I immediately started to work this morning.

Maybe tomorrow?

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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8 Responses to Still Code Flipping

  1. Steve says:

    Lumps are “most likely” non-life threatening?? That’s most likely a comfort.
    There better be a blog tomorrow or you are off the Christmas card list… oh wait.

    Don’t code too hard.


  2. The doctor’s analysis was something just under the skin (sub-epidermal?) which could be removed with an elective-surgery, out-patient, procedure. Hence “non-life-threatening.”

    If memory serves me right my father had these as well — and it was his heart and blood pressure which got him in his early seventies.

    Coding hard now so that I don’t have to when I want to be on vacation.

    Full blog guaranteed tomorrow, or your money back!

  3. Barb says:

    I got nothing interesting – too much work & my brain just doesn’t want to do it………

  4. Steve says:

    You’re already on vacation Barb and I don’t blame you in the least!!

  5. Barb says:

    but work is too damn busy……. I need to figure out a map so we can find our hotel in Barcalona.

  6. Steve says:

    Are you renting a car? If not, it’s the taxi drivers’ problem.

  7. Barb says:

    no, trains & walking

  8. Steve says:

    Excellent!! I love taking trains in Europe.

    My second trip over was to go skiing in Bad Gastein, Austria. I found the hotel online, ordered rail tickets online, found the train from the airport to the town, we get off the train and I think “where is the hotel?’. I had forgotten one of the criteria of the hotel was it was on “Bahnhofstrasse” which translates to Train Station Street!! We walked across the street and there it was.

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