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work, work, work...

currently, my interests and activities are taking a whole lot out of my day. but i do need to work on a few certain things that need to be taken care of ASAP. they are (for those who really want to know... ;-) ):

-- the kaliwa watershed pollution modelling module, being developed in C++ which is due at the end of the month.

-- making the wireless linksys lan card work in linux (my trusty laptop lattie which runs a meager 266 Mhz can't take compiling the kernel and stuff, so i'm looking for quick fix solutions.)

-- my thesis proposal on a projective load balancing algorithm for loosely coupled parallel computing architectures. this is really urgent, and currenlty it's only somewhere between 30-40% done. it's also due at the end of the summer period.

now that i've been really busy, i'm getting the hang of it once more. and did i mention my goal to buff up and be able to walk around the campus in a tightly fitting muscle shirt and snugly fitting jeans? that's due until my 20th birthday, so i need to work on that urgently too.

the only difference now from before is that i'm free, no burdens, no worries. how nice is it to be able to do what you need to do and what you want to do at the same time? you should give it a try.

just chillin'! =)

ps. mom, if you're reading this, you might be surprised at what i've been writing. hope you understand the things i've been putting here, and i am always open to discussion. don't worry, i just don't find that worrying you with the things i've been thinking of would be a proper thing a son should do. ;-) i love you!

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