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Hey, man, I get my thrills how I can.
I'm also hoping to work out some really dorky stuff with my boyfriend for the cool RDF project we're working on. (I have the content in development, and he's figuring out the format.) He keeps getting obsessed with the Semantic Web. I actually conned him into loading the dishwasher last night because he was talking about it and so engrossed in telling me what he'd learned that he didn't notice when I led him to the kitchen and put a dirty plate in his hand and opened the dishwasher. He just absentmindedly started putting the dirty dishes from the sink to the dishwasher as he kept talking, and I nodded and made intelligent comments now and then about the W3C and its role in standards adoption, and the exciting possibilities of OWL and RSS.
Brilliant! I love the Semantic Web too!
:D Dorks are the best.
This weekend is carnival weekend in London. I'm going to sample some jerk chicken and lots of the other crazy food that seems to crop up there. I'll be washing it down with the rum cocktails that seem to be alarmingly common at carnival.
Anyone else making their way into Notting Hill for the carnival?
golf for slackers
Hardly... I've yet to see a golf cart on a disc golf course. ;)
You'll have to fill me in on this pastime, Seth... I'm 5 minutes away from a course, but have never played. I've flung a disc golf frisbee a few times, and those things are nearly as lethal as Odd Job's hat... definitely not for playing catch!
The barrier to entry is super low (that's probably why it's popular with college kids & hippies). To get started all you really need is a putter and driver. You can usually pick these up at large sporting good stores for about $8 each. After that you just need to head to the course and start playing (99% of disc golf courses are free). The rules are almost identical to those of regular golf.
I have a nice 18 hole course close to my house, If your ever in Denver I'll show you the ropes..