Saturday, August 27, 2005

I got the Monte Cristo tonight from Chedder's, it is incredible! It's roast turkey and ham and 2 types of cheeses on battered and lightly fried (like funnelcake), and powder sugar coated bread that you dip in jelly! Ohhhhhh..... Posted by Picasa

Me, doing my thing. Oh yeah, I'm hot. Posted by Picasa

Everything from the car just plopped right in my room. Oh, Cassidy got a few things from storage for me. Posted by Picasa

Pretty much just after walking in the door and cleaning up a little. Posted by Picasa

That's all my stuff. Posted by Picasa

Unpacking still... Posted by Picasa

Slowly getting there... Posted by Picasa

My TV in my home entertainment center with Cassidy's DVD's, couch, and bike. Those are my speakers hooked up and the fridge/freezer/microwave in the corner with the coffee maker and smoothie maker on top. Oh yeah... Posted by Picasa

Another angle... Posted by Picasa

My bed. Posted by Picasa

The Beast. Posted by Picasa

This is the monitor I get to keep, how cool! 17inch. Posted by Picasa

Yeah, my monitor swings both ways. Posted by Picasa

My lab with the main lights off. Posted by Picasa

Me working on Flash and Word at the same time. Posted by Picasa

Another shot of my desk. Posted by Picasa

My own personal computer lab. Posted by Picasa

My work station. Yep dual monitors, but I get to keep the one on the right. Posted by Picasa

Then I showed her how it's done! Posted by Picasa

Maggie gettin some ice cream. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, August 25, 2005

A small post for now...

I am not kidding! I have been so busy! My classes are all like 3 hours long, give or take a little bit... But I got some great pics of my new computer and other stuff, I'll post them later though.

Like I said, I got a new computer for the MMI, the Multi-Media Institute and it is a Dell Precision 380 with a Pentium 4 2.80 GHz dual core processor (acts like a dual processor) with 2 GB of Ram, one 80 GB hard drive and one 160 GB hard drive, water cooled CPU, XP Professional, and a Nvidia Quadro FX 540 graphics card. Also, this is all hooked up to one of Dell's 17inch flat screen with DVI connection that swivels both landscape and portrait mode. Also we are using Avid, Flash, a little bit of Director, Photoshop, and a few others I can't think of this second... Well, that's good enough for now. Oh, here is a link for the computer.

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

The girls actin' like balls of goof... Posted by Picasa

Unpacking the storage unit. Posted by Picasa

Finally here! Posted by Picasa

What 14+ hours on the road will do to a normally very sane person... Posted by Picasa

On the road...  Posted by Picasa