I’m out of the office in VMware training this week.
Update: I took pictures of the training facility, mostly to show off the weird artwork in the hallways and the “no smoking” sign right next to an ashtray.
I’ve not had time to work on it in almost three months, so a friend is on his way here right now to take the Amiga hardware (two A2000s and an A4000) off my hands. He’s buying the A4K, but I’m giving the rest of it to him for free.
I’ll continue to work and play with the Amiga via emulation, but I’ve had to realize that I just don’t have the room and the time to work with actual hardware nowdays.
As I sat here drinking a bottle of Lipton sweetened iced tea with lunch, I ran across a good article about Southern sweet tea at Slate.
Here in Houston, when I don’t feel like making it myself, I get my sweet tea from Chick-Fil-A, Boston Market, occasionally McDonalds, or I buy a bottle of AriZona sweet tea from the corner convenience store.
When it was open, the Grandy’s in Austin near where I lived would sell gallon jugs of their awesome sweet tea, but they closed down in 2002-2003 and that location turned into a taco joint.