Alright!!! I exercised this morning!!! Woo hoo! Actually, I think it's doing me some good (other than making big muscles *laugh*). I feel a little more awake afterward. Of course it all balances out: I feel like a big slug dragging myself out of bed at 6:30 am (well, actually, 6:45 today). A big slug with those cartoon anvils tied to my feet. And a sweater around my head. Yeah, I'm not really a morning person. *laugh*
Gotta get working on those presentations and articles and review I'm writing. And applying to that new job I want. It feels really good when things are all coming together. We've been keep everything clean and tidy at home (I'm making lists like crazy) and we got Quicken Cash Manager to keep money matters on track (I'm in my element, recording and entering and classifying all our transactions)... Yeah, life is sweet. I don't ask for much. *laugh*
And finally, I've been reading things I don't like: "Condemning Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft Is Cheap And Easy", an article saying they're being grownups in owning up to their mischevious attacks on Chinese censorship (it's good to be honest but isn't that why we don't want censorship?), and Caufield J, "Viewpoint. Tricky devil: a humorous training technique for the chat reference environment." Electronic Library. 2005; 23(4): 377-82, a paper on the downsides of chat reference service and a funny way to help librarians learn it better (which doesn't make mention of IM which happens to overcome some of the issues, and I will therefore use in MY article)... It's all good.
[Listening to: Coldplay's "Talk", Moxy Fruvous' "Istanbul (remix)", Depeche Mode's "It's No Good (Ultra Remix)" and William Orbit's "Ogives Number 1".]