Here’s Loyal Reader Number Twelve looking particularly determined to give Grandma a hard time. She did a pretty good job of it too, from time to time. This picture is a couple months old because I haven’t received any new ones from Loyal Reader Number Five. Hint hint.

How nice to hear from Loyal Reader Number Sixteen in yesterday’s comments. How’s everything in the frosty north? Got enough Global Warming these days?

I went directly from work to church for my new member discussion. The new member didn’t show. Talked to him on the phone. He couldn’t get a ride. We’ll try again on Sunday after church. Sigh.

Busy day at work, rainy day outside. The commutes were just a little bit slow – not as bad as Monday but not as good as usual. I went to a going-away luncheon at The Fish Market in Santa Clara. I’ve eaten there many times before when I was traveling to Sunnyvale with ILS. The food’s pretty good, if a little too expensive for lunch. It was nice to go out, though.

There’s not much else to say today. Maybe it will stop raining tomorrow. I hope so, since the landscapers haven’t been able to work at all this week. The concrete truck is scheduled for Thursday, but it has to not be raining for that to happen. We’ll just have to wait and see. Sigh.

I just got a new issue of Make magazine. There’s an article about art-generating machines. That got me thinking – maybe that could be a project for the Arduino. Then I decided it would probably be more suitable for one of the computers. Then I thought it might be better to link a computer and the Arduino together somehow. Then I had the brilliant flash – why not link together every computer in the house to either cooperate or struggle against each other to create Great Art? Brilliant indeed. I’m going to get right to work on it.

See you tomorrow.

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