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Indeed March 30, 2010

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Today was epic.



Elections, Game Boy, and CoCaesars! March 30, 2010

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Spring Break has come and gone and brought a couple of sources of joy:

  • I was elected Media Chair for Minorities at the College of Computing
  • I am now Chief Copy Editor of the FIREWALL
  • My boss asked me to write the April issue of The Compiler
  • The new CC website was launched!  Also, this blog is featured there 😀
  • I made my first Game Boy game – picture below
  • CoCaesars is tomorrow!
You have 3 lives! (Bottom right)


Also, tomorrow will be pivotal.  I know it – ’cause I’ll make it be pivotal.

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Dean Foley uses the phrase f2f for “face to face”?

Designs! March 10, 2010

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Chris Sladky (president of ACM) asked me to design ACM shirts for Hack Week, which started yesterday in Klaus 1116 with the Hack U kick-off ( pictures here, courtesy of LaMenta3).

This is the design that we ended up using:

Arr and Konnichiwa

And this was the original design I conceived:

What a dapper lad, indeed.

Unfortunately, the sexy Steampunk Buzz was rejected by GT licensing on the grounds that I cannot change Buzz’s anatomy and/or color.  It was really fun to make, anyway; hopefully I’ll be able to use it in the future.

Slow Ascension March 7, 2010

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A bunch of stuff has happened since my last entry.

Firstly, I’ve been in a better mood.

Secondly, there are several reasons for that:

  1. I figured out what was wrong with my CS homework and got back some points on it
  2. I’m working more hours, but somehow I managed to get more free time.  WHAT
  3. Rediscovered caffeine on my first free hour with Chris .  WOOT!
  4. Miller Templeton came to my Health class and talked about happiness
  5. Accepted student overnight!

Item #5 hasn’t happened yet, but it will probably be my next entry.  I believe there are about 50 accepted high school students from Georgia and its neighboring states coming over for tonight’s event.  I don’t know how many (current) students are volunteering today or if we managed to get a hold of some gaming consoles for the impromptu gaming extravaganza we came up with over e-mail, but I’m almost certain that most volunteers (if not all) are going to be mentors.

Also, I have a “Girl’s Night Out” info session tomorrow with Esther.  I’m a bit nervous, but I’m still diving in!

I just realized tomorrow in between 10-8PM I will only have a half-hour in which I am not doing anything.  That only means I have to move faster.