Year: <span>2000</span>

5:30 a.m. – no not just now… that was bedtime on Saturday a.m. – excellent night = beer, tequila, aftershock, southern comfort, red wine = terrible hangover.

Saturday didn’t exist. Sunday is finishing well. Monday and the gossip from Friday night will be caught up on… I have a few tidbits of my own to trade, should be fun!

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Far too focussed on work at the moment. Xmas night out is on Friday, and there is soooo much left to do on my current project.

Q: Why do you call a project aardvark?
A: So people will ask why….

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Damn busy day. Tonight’s project will be to finish the damn re-design!

Bought some new shoes, currently digging into my heels, but I’d better get them broken in, they’ll be needed for dancing on Friday night. Xmas night out should be fun, although I’m not planning to remember much. I’ve written Saturday off already.

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Another Monday morning. Must remember to get car insurance.

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Xmas tree is up. Gingerbread men are cooking in the oven, and I’m supposed to be working on finishing out an MRD and FS. It’s Saturday afternoon, it’s cold and wet, and I just want to snuggle up in a warm cosy place.

Been a mad, bad, hectic week. Lots of decisions and stress. Someone actually thought I was about to leave the company. Hmmmmm. Someone else said it was all part of the learning process – I very nearly punched that person (even though they were right, they just said it at the wrong time…)

World Aids Day yesterday, in my shame it crossed my mind early in the morning, and it wasn’t until today I realised that it had passed.

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Happy Birthday Gran!

Yikes it’s December on Friday, and as I live with a Crimbo Nutter that means our tree will be going up (Yes I know the whole 2 weeks before thing…). Still it does mean that a holiday is in sight, but as I’ve just pulled together a list of documents I need to write/update/complete then I’m getting a tad worried.

Got an email from SinOz (her new nic whether she likes it or not…) it included a pic of her standing in her new outdoor jacuzzi, I think the temperature is about 34 degrees there. Am I jealous… no of course not! (ohhh and don’t worry Steph I did notice any of the ‘bits’ you mentioned… LOL)

Life

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The human species is evolving. But into what?

Recent propositions have detailed a system where you can order products that you see when watching a film or tv programme. Product placement is now commonplace in major blockbusters, so now when you think – hey cool phone! – all you will need to do is push a button to order it.

WAP phones enable you to access up-to-the-minute information and news. The next generation will feature an ‘always-on’ connection, allowing business to push information out to you – when you are walking past your local cinema your phone will beep and you will be able to get cut-price tickets to the latest movie…walking past a fast food chain, it’ll tell you the latest tasty(?) deals.

You have a wealth of information available to you, and every day information is pushed at you from all sources. So much information to process, you probably spend a large amount of your time just deciding which bits of information you want to keep and which to ignore or discard.

And so we begin the evolution, we don’t need to get up, we can have food and products delivered. We only need to be able to process information. Soon social convention will kick in (it’s beginning already) to make the stay-at-home information human an acceptable reality. The life-span will shorten, due of lack of exercise and proper nutrition, and the body shape will change. The brain will grow, the arms become more fixed in a palms down hands out position, and legs will slowly shorten and disappear.

Yeuch…amorphous blobs, huge brains. Kinda like the Mekon meets Jabba the Hutt.

Alongside this there will be a separate species of human. One who is able to step away from this madness. Breathe fresh air. Walk in the park. Swim in the oceans. Ohhh wait, that one already exists.

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Wrong again. Felt really flat on Friday but had a good weekend, relaxed, chilled, did the family thing and some Xmas shopping – not real Xmas shopping more like a laidback alternative, we stayed out of city centre and visited some out of the way places including a couple of garden centres… they have some seriously cool Xmas stuff. Got myself a tree for my desk… v.cool aluminium Xmas tree.

Life

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