Wednesday, July 7, 1999

I’m trying to install Linux at home. Linux users insist that Linux is easy to install. Using fdisk to repartition your hard drive, then rebooting several times with various boot disks, and re-formatting your hard drive, is easy? Arg.

Work’s going pretty well. I’m a bit tired of it, though. Not surprising, I suppose — work’s supposed to be, well, work. A friend suggested I stay at least a year; he says that a lot of technology companies will dump on the new guy to begin with, to see what happens, then dole out a big bonus when it comes time for the yearly review. So I think I’ll stick around at least a little while longer, as I’ve only been with Litton/PRC for six months.

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