I’ve been a linux user for at least 15 years, almost half of my life. Accessing my linux distribution has always come through putty or a mac terminal line. But it seems putty’s days are number as bash is coming to windows. Now I’ll be able to SSH easily into my servers and do my web-development.
Having wireless broadband everywhere is pretty nice. I’m sitting on the CTA redline using my laptop while heading to Loyola, at Chicago and Lake. This weekend was pretty good, I went to a local art festival in Deerfield, with Jenny and Sayo. Besides that I think I have a better grasp on my design project now. Last night I decided to read into the wee hours of the morning, but it was worth it.
I ordered some parts today, that should come in pretty soon. Global commerce is pretty interesting, I remember when I bought a device earlier this year and it came from China through US Customs in less than two days. I think the parts I ordered are coming from Alberta, Canada.
So I’m back the technology company I worked for last year. I have to admit our design center is pretty cool. I have a cube with a window. We have a game room on my floor. Loyola is pretty nice. The traffic is pretty stiff in downtown Chicago, quite nice.
I think if you look around the interns of the company. Those people deserve to be there, they know how to play the game. My project is pretty interesting.