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

Oh, well that's solved.

I have a class next week aparently, VB Fundamentals. Cake, taught it plenty of times. Should be fun to waltz through. I'll get the cash two weeks after my invoice goes in, so I may be a tad late for rent, but I'll be able to pay it.


I love it when a plan comes together. Tack in the $250 I'm getting for my article (speaking of, I've got to pitch my new articles), I'll be sitting flush all the way to Christmas, or so it looks. With that $7200 I'll even be able to start paying back some of the massive debt I racked up last year.

Hear that atomox? You might actually see some money from me, so long as these classes don't vapor on me!

Moving away from finances for a moment, I finally got around to reading the rather awesome tidbit about some protesting technologies to be used at the RNC. Go read, applaud socially aware geeks, and try coming up with your own high-tech protest gear, I'd be curious to hear some of your ideas.

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