Oh look, I have a journal. If I had thoughts I guess I could write them here. Sounds sort of like one of those sappy projects my high school English teacher liked to hand out. I guess I could try though.
My status today..
1.) I'm sick - I seem to have caught the local flu bug going around.
2.) I'm tired - I slept a lot yesterday which is very unusual for me but I still feel tired. Probably because I'm sick.
3.) I'm stressed - I am still feeling like I can't keep up with my work load. Between trying to do my full time job, get my contract work done, open a store, and help my dad with the stuff he's doing I just don't have enough hours in the day. The only one I could shrug off is my own store but I'm worried of the possibility of lossing my job again and want something to fall back on.
4.) I'm lonely - Not that I have time for friends but not having any friends for 100's of miles around is rather depressing. It'd be nice just to have someone to hang out with. Someone to make me take breaks from my work.
5.) My projects kick ass - Okay the good stuff. My MediaStation project to build a system for ripping and playing back dvd is going great. I need to get some more harddrives soon to make sure I don't run out of space. I decided that I'm going to keep extending the project by adding more of these sexy little mini-itx cube systems to my network whenever I need to. Each can easily hold three 120Gb hdd's and they still cost less and take up less space than the average Wal-mart PC. The Atlantis project is still on hold until it warms up enough to be working in the water. My NomadPhone project is on hold until I get a chance to order a few ProGear tablets. With my work load one active project is probably enough though. All other programming projects are on hold until I catch up on my contract work.
Thoughts of the day..
Should I release the software I've been developing for my MediaStation? I've thought of taking RedHat and cutting out all drivers not needed for Mini-ITX hardware and all software not needed for movie playback or games. Possibly I could even remove the ripping portion of the software - the part that requires decss - and just require the user configure a Samba or NFS share on their network that they rip their movies into. Would people pay for such a mini-distro?