we’ve been back in the US 2days. we have our mobile phone situation sorted. I finished the final for a class I was taking this morning. right now I’m sitting at a Barnes and noble reading my kindle and drinking a cup of coffee. I’ll write more in a few days about bring back. thank you to everyone who prayed for us the past three years and on our trip back.
in less than 1week we’ll be back in the US. that is incredibly hard to believe. I wonder what it will be like. I know one thing though … it will be difficult to leave our English friends for the summer.
… my practical driving exam today! yay! I can drive in the UK now.
just made it through passport control in less than 1 minute. the iris scheme is awesome
running late. fire alarm on the tube threw me off. one train too late. arg…
laughing at work in the men’s room = using Facebook on a mobile device … classic example about the efficacy of blocking Facebook at the firewall. bpcuk
though I was saving stuff in springpad but didn’t realize I needed to click the add this button. arg … ui design. every place else in the app that location isn’t a button and there is no need to click it.
do outlets in the UK all have switches? there must be a historical reason but, to me, why not have them hot all the time? I forget all the time to switch them on.
Im = twitter email = blog phone = podcast not sure if I buy into that. every one of those is a unidirectional replacement for a bidirectional thing.
computers replaced typists functionally but not positionally. what this means is that computers replaced the device / position but didn’t make everyone realize the importance of archiving and the process.