Archive for December, 2005

Shit…. 7 days

Wednesday, December 21st, 2005

Eek. 7 days since I last posted. Feels like yesterday. Must remember to be more productive with my days :S So how are things looking heading into the new year? Looking to move out in Jan – have found a nice loft-style apartment in Kew. Hopefully it will suit (we haven’t seen it yet). Running […]

At first I was an egg…

Wednesday, December 21st, 2005

At first I was an egg, I was petrified…

Approaching the Singularity

Wednesday, December 14th, 2005

This essay is fascinating. It outlines the exponential nature of technological innovation. Moore’s Law and all that stuff. Nothing new there. What it does point out, however, is that the rate of technological innovation is itself exponential. But I noticed something else surprising. When I plotted the 49 machines on an exponential graph (where a […]

End of an era

Monday, December 12th, 2005

Well, I’ve finally done it. My membership of the Ormond College Choir (College Website, CDs and Unofficial Website (shameless plug) has come to an end. We sang the Christmas in the Courtyard concert last night, to decent weather and a respectably-sized audience. Afterwards, a very civilised crowd decended upon Koko Black, keeping them open a […]

Houses

Monday, December 12th, 2005

Well, I’m currently looking for houses to move into in January. More specifically, a house, but you get the drift. Current thoughts are somewhere as close to the Eastern Freeway as possible, between Chandler Highway and Elgar Rd. Ideally, I’d like enough data to be able to determine optimal ($rent+$petrol) values with respect to $location, […]

LiveJournal

Monday, December 12th, 2005

Well, everybody seems to be doing it, so therefore I should. (Head, meet oven?) Let’s see if the instructions here actually work and whether this post ends up at LiveJournal also. (Gratuitous image)

Fireworks

Friday, December 2nd, 2005

Happy Birthday to me! Whoever arranged for the fireworks at Docklands to welcome in the 24th anniversary of my birth, I thank them.