A break from the routine today as I blog from my favorite lavanderia on this unseasonably nice morning with low humidity. Why am I doing laundry now?
Last night I did something good and something bad. With my boss back in town I convinced myself to head over to LA Fitness after work and do one of my weight training circuits : GOOD! (I actually only did about 90% of the circuit since I am dropping one leg exercise until the foot is healed and time didn’t permit me to wait around for a machine to open up in order for me to complete me upper-body routine.) From LA Fitness my boss and I headed to Taco Mac where I promptly threw away most of the benefits gained from the workout : BAD! Not all is lost, however, as my muscles are rather sore today and shall be burning a minute amount of calories repairing themselves.
So now I find myself doing the laundry task slated for last night, choosing to hit the lavanderia in the comfort of the morning air instead of the heat of a late-July afternoon. This is one of the benefits of being a salaried employee.
Is Putting Erroneous Information On Wikis A “Thing”?
After watching my daily episode of “The Office” [S5E18 — “Blood Drive”] I went to Dunderpedia to read more about the episode.
Dunderpedia? Oh, that’s a wiki for “The Office.”
Wiki? Oh come on now…
Anyway, someone has edited this episode’s information incorrectly stating that this episode “originally aired on March 5, 2012 on HBO.” You don’t have to be some kook who is watching the entire series, in order, one episode a day, from beginning to end to know that:
A – Season 5 did not air in 2012 (the correct answer is 2009)
B – “The Office” did not air on HBO (the correct answers NBC)
The are not obscure facts. Is is a “thing” now to purposely out erroneous information into wiki pages?
And before you suggest it, I just might create a Dunderpedia account so that I can fix this. Yes, I am that anal retentive.
I find myself doing a lot of reading in order to prepare for this Advanced iOS Programming course coming up in a little ore the two weeks. However, I am not doing much actual programming and feel that I am going to be “book smart” and un able to perform. I am paying for this course and its not (directly) a job interview so I should just enjoy the experience but in some way I feel as if this the start of my audition for my “next career step.”