How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


The Matrix goes MMORPG next year. That's kinda cool. I'm not a fan of MMORPG, but that's kinda neet, and something about creating a virtual world about a virtual world to have people playing in... well, it appeals to my sense of the ironic.

Meanwhile, this weekend was busybusy. Friday we hung out with Elizabeth, Brian and Noah, then we spent saturday with Sarah and Dennis (yay!). Saturday night we went to Headless Horseman hayrides (adding Kerrin and her sister to our mix). I won't comment about how James was asking about her sister afterwards. She was cute. And I was amused. Sunday, Cate and I dragged ourselves to New Paltz at 800 so that we could join a field trip to the Met. Nothing like a free trip to the city.

And, as you can see, from this business, I didn't have an opportunity to write for "On Anarchy". It's okay, I'm going to make up for that with actually moving the plot someplace today. Or at least, so goes the plan.

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