And another week draws to its inevitable end. Is it just me, or is this month going by really fast? Anyway, here’s a little photo of Sebastian just after this morning’s sunrise:
In other news, I finally got around to watching the Fringe finale last night (DVR is a wonderful thing). I was a bit dubious about the show when it began. I’m still not entirely sure what to make of it, but my overall opinion is much more favorable now that some of the overall “series plot” has kicked in. Babylon 5 ruined me—so many shows seem so empty without some sort of overarching plot.
I’ve been running Windows 7 for quite a while (I’m on the RC, but ran the beta since it came out). I really like it, but I have had trouble getting Fallout 3 to run. It’s frustrating, because it’s such a great game. I have plenty of other things to do, but it is frustrating.
Speaking of games, I picked up Defense Grid: The Awakening on Steam last week for $5, and I have to say that it was worth every penny and a lot more. It’s just a fun game. Recommended.
I’ve been trying to rate my music in my “spare” time. I have a lot of it, and I rely on ratings to determine what goes on my random playlist and my iPod, so it becomes relatively important. But it takes a long time to get through it all. If I ever get caught up, hopefully I can just rate stuff when I buy it. The great thing, though, is that I am getting re-exposed to a lot of stuff I haven’t listened to in a while. That’s nice because, for me, music brings back memories as much as (or more than) smell.
That’s it for now. Have a great weekend (I’m going to a wedding, Star Trek, and a Yiddish food festival—packed)!