The Boston Diaries

The ongoing saga of a programmer who doesn't live in Boston, nor does he even like Boston, but yet named his weblog/journal “The Boston Diaries.”

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Monday, April 09, 2007

See Gregory! I was right!

What I forgot to mention in yesterday's entry was that Spring and I were over at Gregory's house leeching his Internet connection. We both brought our Mac mini's, and Gregory was particularly amused when I brought along my monitor. “But Sean,” he said, “I have plenty of monitors you can use.”

“But,” I said, “I know this one works and is set to my liking. And I get very irate when stuff that should work, doesn't.”

Besides, my monitor is a flat screen, which makes it easier to transport.

So today, I'm at Smirk's house, seeing how Casa New Jersey is still without Internet access. While I did bring my Mac mini here, this time, I didn't bring my monitor, figuring hey, this is Smirk. Like Gregory, he'll have plenty of monitors I can use.

I should have brought my monitor. The one I'm using is way too small for my liking.

Sigh.

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