I've applied to three schools now: Georgia Tech, Florida, and Central Florida. I cannot wait to leave this town. I'll be receiving my decision from GT and Central Florida in about a month, UF next year.
So, engineering is what I'm going after. Don't really know which sort at all. I'll have to make up my mind soon, though. Any engineers out there who can offer some insight?
Other news? I've been away from this place for a while now. I miss it in a way. I've played Heroscape maybe a total of five times in the past eighteen months. Not too interesting for me anymore. IB has been a pain in the booty these past four years in high school.
I've got a lot on my mind. Perhaps too much.
Thinking. It's all I seem to do. Ceaselessly considering all of the things I've done wrong and how life could be better. Beating myself up for what's done and gone, and idealizing vastly hypothetical and unrealistic...
My Xbox has the red rings of death again. And it looks like I'll actually have to pay 99 bucks for the repair, seeing that my 3 year warranty has expired. What a bummer. The bright side, however is that after every repair they will add a new 1 year warranty from then.
I'll either do that or have it repaired by some sketch game shop on Beach Boulevard.
I thought this neato web application was worthy of mention. It is called the Password Meter and it rates the strength of any password you can think of. It is surprisingly in-depth, however, providing each criteria and rate that makes up part of the percentage.
I know our resident mathematicians here will enjoy it; you know who you are.
Anyway, I got a 56%, which startled me. My password has letters, numbers, and spaces. Another one can be found here; I got an 86%, so I can quit crying.