Started reading Robert Jordan's "Great Hunt". "Eye of the World" really ended well with most of the basic info of who's who and what's what revealed. Now with this second book, he's got to flesh out what these changes mean and what can potentially happen. (Yes, I have read much of this series before.) I just wish I could read faster to get to the really good stuff: when the characters start realizing how important and we get to know their different "powers". Pretty cool.
It's finally settled down at work with all the students library assignments completed and handed in. Of course now I've got marking to look forward to! But right now I'm working on my presentation on IM for EOSET 2006, my review of "World Libraries on the Information Superhighway", my application for Web Development Librarian here at Queen's, plus all my regular duties. I'm a busy boy.
Read this. It's good to know that solar power is really coming into its own. Remember when everyone was saying solar power was going to be the energy source of the future, and then everyone was saying you'd could cover the surface of the Earth with solar panels and it wouldn't even come close to the energy we need? It's good to see both that the technology has improved and that people are going for it anyway. Aren't solar panels cool?