I now have a Windows PC (a laptop) on my desk. I turned it on and used IE. It took me a while to find where Windows weenies hide the preferences panel; apparently they can't decide, so it depends on the app. I can't seem to figure out how to tell it not to underline links, which I've always hated. Anyway, this is a first for me. I've used Windows.
I'm feeling kind of ill and need to go home soon.
Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference is coming up. I need to come up with a decent demo for Darwin. It's hard to be all that impressive in front of an Apple crowd with a command line console.
It's been a hectic moving week.
My housemates have moved out, which is a bit traumatic. I got home Sunday after dance class at church (my church is cool) and the lights were all out. All of 'em. It's not right. I couldn't find the door. So I've spent my evenings this week cleaning the house and unpacking all the stuff I've had boxed up in the garage.
We've also moved offices at KnowNow from Menlo Park to Mountain View. This is a big win for me. The commute is better for one. Better still, the food on Sand Hill Road was unimpressive, but now we're one block from Castro Street and the chow here is most righteous. And the office space is much nicer to boot.