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I was surfing engadget today, and I found this. Being the proud owner of a Sharp Zaurus SL-5500, I couldn't help but think "Awesome". Does this mean linux will become more and more prevalent(aside fromt the fact that it already is, in the desktop market)? I know Palm is planning a mobile phone OS based on linux, but native linux on the Treo 650 is pretty cool.
Living in Jackson WY, one can't help but ski/snowboard. Having gone snowboarding twice before, today(my third time) wasn't too bad. The one thing I did notice however, is that there are a lot of girls who snowboard(see my previous post) :-). I don't know anyone though, and well, I don't expect to know anyone.
I know, it seems as if this post has no point, right? Well, thus the reason this blog is called Randomness of the mind.
I took a quiz on logarithms today in Pre-Calc./Trig.(See Mathworld for more information, in case anyone's rusty :))
Any way...I finished before everyone else in the class. Now normally this would be a good thing. I'm a pretty good test taker, and normally math doesn't bother me. This year however has been different, it's been rough, but I've been maintaining a C.
Basically, my finishing early could mean one of two things:
1)I really knew the material...
Girls are so hard to understand. Being 17...I'm interested, what can I say? But, even when you're trying to figure out how to talk to a girl(without seeming like a complete idiot, mind you), you still end up sounding like a complete idiot. I know, I know...be yourself. But what happen's when the girl(I'm not mentioning names), doesn't like "yourself", or rather, doesn't seem to react other than being the polite, kind person that she is?