Ner (djner) wrote,


Found a very interesting and geeky utility that will convert anything you type into binary. For instance when I tyupe this in there and encode it, I get this special code:

Try it, it works, and, you can totally reaffirm the fact that you are a geek*10 billion. I'll have to start turning my assignments for computer methods this way, they will look even more geeky than they are spposed too.

Lindsey and Julie have not arrived as of yet, who knows when they will be here but I assume that they didn't make it straight through as was the plan. I think it is much better to break a trip up into manageable pieces. Better then crashing or something aweful like that.

Today I plan on finishing some assignments and then hanging with the Ohio people. Dad keeps saying that I should be careful since I haven't technically met them yet. I tend to agree :))). Lj does change things though; I know them much better just by reading. I'm glad I like reading for I have met so many cool people through this thing.

More later.

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