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September 10, 2007
(This post is from my old, old, super old site. My views have changed over the years, hopefully my writing has improved, and there is now more than a handful of folks reading my site. Enjoy.)

Lots of typing going on today, lots of good feedback- thank you all, it's been awesome so far. I'm very happy with the reception that Acorn is getting.

I had been thinking for a while that when I'd ship Acorn I'd buy myself an xbox 360, so I could play some of the cool online arcade games like Worms. Then I thought, nah- I'm buying a sea kayak. Ahhhh yes, paddling along the banks of the Puget Sound, with orcas and otters and seals and salmon splashing and playing along side of me, and a view of Mt Rainier in the distance and the Olympic and Cascade mountains on either side. And eventually, that wasn't good enough. I wanted a new house on the Puget Sound, so I wouldn't even have to get in my car to use my kayak! (Ok, that was just a dream, but whatever. It was a good dream).

Ironically, I think I'm going to be buying a copy of Photoshop CS3, so I can figure out just what these feature requests are talking about.

Figures.