Another morning of damp, mist, cold and darkness on the way to work this morning. As mentioned in previous posts here and here my imagination tends to run away with me slightly during weather like this. The questions that ran through my head this morning - could I get the car out and shut the garage door before 'they' reached me... could I get out of the gate at the end of the alley way in time... what would it be like to walk across that park to hear stumbling, moaning and smell the stench of death... where would I hole up, is the house secure enough, or would I have to make it to somewhere MORE secure... Good grief I'm weird. Even now, as I type this, it's very misty outside my office window, and could quite easily imagine a slow moving swarm of ex-corpses shambling toward our building. (Kind of like this, but not looking so much like a conga line...)
Anyway - a day of monotonous but necessary work today. I have had my code reviewed by someone in the U.S and now have to go through and make changes to bring it inline with company coding standards. Yes, I know, you're asking "Why didn't you just code to standard?" (Or maybe you're not) but the honest answer is it's hard remember EVERY standard when you're coding like a demon at 100 miles an hour like I do... heh.
Oh, and in response to Phil's comment - Kubuntu doesn't really start up any quicker than my XP setup (I've got my laptop setup to dual boot) but then again it's no slower either - so if I had to make a decision this minute about which OS I'd stick with, so far it'd be Kubuntu for look & feel, easy of use, price (it's open source people!) etc.
Soundtrack of the day: "Greatest Hits" by The Smiths