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Weekend To Do List - The Autobiography of Russell
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Weekend To Do List

Things I need to get done this weekend (aka tonight or tomorrow):

  • Split the bills so the roommates can reimburse me.
  • See if the pumpkin is still good and make it into pies if so.
    • This may include getting a food processor to ease the pureeing of the boiled pumpkin.
  • Exchanging the heating blanket for one without a cracked power adapter.
  • See movies. "It's Complicated", "Sherlock Holmes", "Avatar", "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel", "The Twilight Saga: New Moon", and "Invictus" are all on that list. Maybe not all of them at once, though.
  • Review the new PolyVegas website and determine what changes could be made to improve accessibility (leaving most of the graphic design up to divaprime).
    • Assume the webmaster responsibilities.
  • Respond to or otherwise handle direct emails. (Only about two dozen or so, but a couple dating back to 2006 and 2007)
  • Start making inroads on the LJ Comments that I want to reply to. (1000+ saved email notifications is a bad sign).

I'll start by knocking off "It's Complicated" and "Sherlock Holmes" tonight. 7:25pm for the first and 9:55pm for the latter. Tomorrow will be a run to the grocery store and the pumpkin pies.

Note to self: Make new icons that actually have some relevance to something or make them more random.

Current Mood: busy busy
Current Music: "Sly-Ed" by "Man With No Name" on "A Voyage Into Trance" (Pandora)

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andrewshead From: andrewshead Date: January 4th, 2010 02:44 pm (UTC) (Link)
Respond to or otherwise handle direct emails. (Only about two dozen or so, but a couple dating back to 2006 and 2007)


At think at this point you can declare e-mail bankruptcy and move on.
zimzat From: zimzat Date: January 4th, 2010 05:25 pm (UTC) (Link)
The one dating back to 2007 is an email with permission to create a web version of the game Latrotabuli. It was created by a writer and artist as part of a comic world they created. It seems interesting and I'd like to get back around to it eventually (especially with HTML5's canvas tag).

Which reminds me I created new rules for checkers that I'd like to prototype and test, someday.

Some of the ones dating to 2008 contain pictures I keep meaning to post. *shrug*
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