Two Day Quickie

London was wet. Very wet. We managed to bump into a freak shower on our way from the hotel to the tube. There were no cabs in sight and no way we could wait for the rain to stop, since we were late already. I had almost dried off when I got back home to Oslo. According to the locals, the weather had been freaky all summer, and most people used to bring an umbrella with them when they went out no matter how good the forecast was.

That sums up yesterday.

At work today I started to work on a multithreaded server with semi-intelligent request queuing.

That sums up today.

Maria Clara from Cali es Cali (


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