According to my tentative schedule, I'll be taking MATHLAB (online math curriculum from Pearson Education <http://www.coursecompass.com> | <http://www.mathxl.com>), Advanced Composition, and Routing fundamentals.
Let's see, I'm going to be 20 years old on the 13th of November, so that'll be how many days?
I don't know off the top of my head, and I'm a little old to spend time calculating things like that, so I guess I won't start a count down.
I know what I want for my birthday, but it is quite unlikely that I will get any of the items on the list.
- A new Toshiba or HP Laptop, midrange+, fully Linux-compatible
- A midrange digital camera that is known for Linux compatibility
- An upper midrange (musical) keyboard to go with the laptop, with Rosegarden (A professional audio and MIDI sequencer, score editor, and general-purpose music composition and editing environment. Rosegarden is an easy-to-learn, attractive application that runs on Linux, ideal for composers, musicians, music students, and small studio or home recording environments.) in mind, and finally, but not least importantly,
- nice pants that fit
Well, so much for that.
I might be able to summon enough collective holiday credit to at least get some decent clothes, and I'd be happy with that.
[for those who know me:]
Shoes: 11 (1/2)
Colors: blue, red, purple, jewel green, (I'd stick with blues. If you can get a brilliant blue-violet shirt, that would be great.
Anyway, gotta go. My access is going out the window.