Last night's show as somewhat of a disaster. The music sounded great over here, but as it went out to our great network, it got spit out, chewed up and generally decimated by packet loss and bad network conditions. Bad, very very bad. I had the network administrator of the resident network listening to my show, so now he knows that we should get it fixed and get it fixed soon. He loves Celtic music, so that'll hopefully spur him on to getting it fixed faster. I think personally that there's too many dudes out here who're offering many many files to the masses. I don't care that files are being shared, hell sometimes I download at times, but if it screws up the network for all, then its bad.
On tap for today is studying for analytical with my friend Neil, doing the bit of work I need to do to get my lab notebook inserted in my report and tables in top shape, and of course watching the game. Apparently my parents are going to Oxford, MS to watch it, but I'm glad I'm here, inside, away from all the screaming fans. Well I'm sure I’ll hear the screaming fans from my radio speakers, but I'll take that any day especially when the temperatures and freeze factor are so low. Sunday night here will be in the upper twenties. If there was moisture to work with, it'd snow no doubt about it. I also have to work on statics but that won't be a huge deal, materials pretty easy at the moment and with someone to interpret diagrams I'm golden as they say here.
Must go though so I can do random things to stay awake. I took a pill for headaches last night at 4 when I had one and I slept until 11 because of the medicine. I don't like headaches, but I do like having energy to do things. So I'll go, and write back later when something of substance wafts through the window of my mind so I can fill your computer screens with lots of meaningless nonsense :).