I've had about all the laying about I can stand.
Really I have. I've carefully tested the waters and have done 4 installs in two days...so far so good. No Red Bull, good diet (kinda) getting sleep...all the right stuff.
Again, thank you to those blessed folks who allowed me to seek the medical attention I needed...you are precious to me and I hold each of you dear, even though many of us have never met.
But it's time to get to work.
We are in fairly severe need of some perephrial equipment that many of you might have laying around. What we are short of are:
USB optical mice
USB wireless devices or internals
Inexpensive stereo speakers for the systems we install
More USB optical mice.
We are way short of those in particular.
If you have some laying around, comment or email me. I would really appreciate it.
As well, I am looking for someone who can write a one hour class syllabus on basic intro to the Linux desktop (gnome). If anyone has any experience with it, I would appreciate it. It will be for adults and kids alike...the classes that is.
Also, for those living in Austin, I need to re-arrange and organize the limited storage facility I have on site. It is a freaking mess. I am going to be more honest with you than I want to be.
I can't do a whole lot of lifting yet. I lost a lot of muscle tone and weight while I was recovering so this is gonna take me a while.
Tom King is pinging the volunteer list for LAP to see if we cannot meet out at our facility and make sense out of this mayhem.
If you can come out, that would be great. I am guessing around 10'ish this Sunday is good but after that is fine as well.
Thanks again folks for helping me get back on my feet.
I could not have done it without you.
Friday, September 04, 2009
blather and mumbling provided by Ken Starks at 5:03 PM