Operating Systems seems like it's going to be fun. Dr. Oldham seems to have a very dry, Shannon-esque sense of humor, but I think he's going to end up being pretty good. I think this class and Compilers will compliment each other nicely (it will be the term of C!)
Northern Mannerist and Baroque art...well...it's a Dr. Levin class, I fear it will be the same as all the others. I'm hoping to be able to do my research paper on glass in the time and place, but I don't know yet.
I also met with Nick and Judith (and Augustine came too) about Art Society stuff for the year. Nick Holmes and I have found ourselves to be co-presidents this year, and I'd really like to do some fun stuff, because last year the club was fairly nonexistant. I think we're going to try and get Art Society kids to join in on the Anagama kiln that we build every year (and I want to get my own pictures this year!).
I also talked with Matthew today, as he wanted to know all about my adventures at BTF this summer. He was very pleased with me, and told me I should be quite proud of myself. I told him about how much I loved making the wolf heads and dead dog, and how I wanted to make puppets and stuff, to which he responded by conspicuously lifting his clipboard and saying "Well look here, I need some props work for The Yellow Boat this winter, and there will probably be some puppetry work too. I'll get you a script tomorrow." x_x Well, I hadn't had anything planned for winter term anyway, so I guess I'll look into it.
I was planning on playing Ultimate Frisbee today, but when i put on my shoes, I was painfully reminded that my Achilles tendon is not quite done healing yet, thankyouverymuch. Hmph, it'd best get better soon. I probably will sit out on frisbee for the week at least, but I really want to play.
The evening drew to a close with a nice game of Ghost Recon with D Flo (
Tomorrow will bring me Compilers, and a whole lot of free time which I will hopefully convert into lots of finished work. We shall see.