My tastes are more pedestrian: Jude Cole, Clapton, early Beatles, "A Black
and White Night", Dave Alvin; my recent addiction is rockabilly: Danny
Gatton, Bill Kirchen, Starlight Drifters, Southern Culture On The Skids,
Hillbilly Voodoo Dolls.  It's great ultra-high energy music.  I'm thinking
about powering the PC off an exercise bike-mounted generator.

This is what happens to the "sophistication" genes when you use the RPG
logic cycle, I guess.  I'm still trying to decide which addiction is more

When's eRPG #2 hitting the racks?

-----Original Message-----
From: []On
Behalf Of Brad Stone
Sent: Friday, December 07, 2001 4:55 PM
Subject: Re: "One person per product" Answer: "Are developers people?

> Fans humming = white noise.  Machine room = limited
> access (and the thrill
> of sneaking in a soda).  Works for me, except usually my
> hands get cold.  Of
> course, in BVS's part of the world, you go into the
> machine room to warm up.

Actually, it's been unseasonably warm these days in MN.
Don't know why.

And to make up for the missing white noise, I got myself a
rio MP3 CD player, I burn 10 hours of Symphony X and
Malmsteen, and just start pounding out code.  :)

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