調角斷清秋，征人倚戌樓。 春風對青塚，白日落樑州。 大漠無兵阻，窮邊有客遊。 蕃情似此水，長願向南流。
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Tue, 24 Jun 2003
Just finished reading Kokoro. I liked it more than I expected, given that I generally have a very low tolerance for classics (often near-regardless of time period or country of origin—someone who sees tremendous value in, or has the patience for, classics, I am not). The fact that the entire thing was a long exposition on man's fundamental loneliness, inescapable except through death, might explain my appreciation. I tend to dig that kind of thing.
Anyways, it's written in very simple, clear prose, and has a nice personal take on
I always have fun transferring photos from my digital camera to my Windows laptop. When you're done USB devices on Window, you're supposed to go through a complicated series of actions to tell Windows you're about to unplug the device:
The alternative, of course, is to:
Good user interface design, guys.
Of course, I use the Windows box in the first place because it took me about two hours of intensive effort to get USB working on my Linux box, and I promptly forgot how to do it. Some modprobe trickery... oh well, can't win 'em all.
The better part of valor is discretion. -- William Shakespeare, "Henry IV"