Life has been pretty crazy lately. Uni is busy and I’ve been trying to be a better friend/family member too. I’ve been doing a bit of CSS (restyling Thesis) for some mental escape and I’ve started writing a couple of posts, but haven’t finished and polished them yet.
So, this is a bit of an update on my life through the lens of my phone’s camera. The Sony Ericsson S500i has a 2MP camera, but the photos tend to come out with a lot of noise and a sort of linen-like texture on them. Every now and again you get a good one though (there’s only one or two of those in this lot).
I’ve found myself spending too much time at uni after dark. The walkway is quite pretty when it’s lit up, but I’d prefer to be at home eating dinner!
I went out with folks from the lab for dinner and drinks in Surry Hills. It was a pretty good evening; the bathroom made me smile.
This previously nameless cafe is now called Biblio, and it has one of the ugliest logos ever.
We went to a birthday party recently where the theme was rainbow. This is one of my favourite phone photos.
I got my hair cut and now it’s doing some curly thing. I kinda like it.
We went to a wedding recently and there were a few guys that work for Google there. One of them is my husband. Apart from Google offices it’s the most Google employees I’ve seen in one place. 😛
I’m not really into this whole tights thing. There’s no way I could pull it off. I think those that do must be quite confident in their dress code.
Central station can be reasonably pleasant as the sun sets too, but again, I’d rather be home!
I’m hanging out at my parent’s place a little bit this weekend. so not online as much. You can catch me during the week on Twitter if you like. 😀
Ooh, I also wrote this post using Google Chrome! Subtle, yet spiffy things include the loading bar at the bottom left, which disappears when the page is loaded (and appears when you hover one links etc), and the home page which shows you your most recent/popular websites. I like the simplicity. Although, you can’t set the font to render with anti-aliasing so the font rendering is a little dodgy.
Also, for those who keep whinging about how it doesn’t have addons and they can’t live without Firebug, right click on the page and select Inspect Element. It doesn’t edit the page yet, but I’m sure it will be able to soon.