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13 June 2009 @ 10:59 am
World's safe, bored now.  
I'm bored. I have a million and one things to do - not least the Sweet Charity work (Bella - you have become the latest victim of my psychic email issue. I read emails, I answer them in my head and then forget that I haven't actually physically sent an answer... thedothatgirl is the most common victim of my psychic emails, ask her how frustrating it gets!)

I also have to sell my house, which means I have to clean the entire thing, get my things packed away, and paint the living room walls.

What am I doing instead? Well I'm sitting in the library wondering how long I can justify being here and whether I can get any of the YouTube links from A3 to work on a public computer... Probably not.

Oh, also? I have a new plan for what to do with the Salt & Burn site asides from the fic archive and the awards. Unfortunately that plan is going to involve a far greater understanding of databases than I currently have. (Which, let's face it, wouldn't be hard 'cause I don't understand them at all right now!) So I'm sitting here with my rucksack full of PHP & MySQL info books and trying to understand floating arrays. So much fun.
 
 
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JGjgracio on June 13th, 2009 10:11 am (UTC)
They're not that hard. At least not if you're a programmer. :D

Now, graphics work. That's hard. :D

Good to see you're doing better.
the girl who used to dance on fire and brimstone: xander//happy place - emeraldswanwhiskyinmind on June 13th, 2009 10:19 am (UTC)
The linguist in me insists on viewing any kind of programming as a language - which works fine for HTML and even to an extent PHP - I just hit a problem when databases become involved because there's something horribly like maths involved there.

I was good at 'higher' maths at school, it was the basics that tripped me up every time (I still don't really get how vulgar fractions work for example, but I was working with logs and calculus happily).

I basically just need to take the time and actually study what I'm trying to do instead of hoping for a quick fix. And I'm the world's worst procrastinator!

And graphics aint that hard - it just takes a little time. :)