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    Howdy. This is Bob. The Bob of Bob Blog. This blog contains about five minutes of my thoughts each day. A record. A history. And occasionally worth reading.

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    Saturday, March 22, 2003  

    Morning. The news on this end is that my current bug count is 60. Yep... I took the easy route and closed a bunch of ones I could not reproduce (and hopefully had fixed -- not just the repo cases were non-trivial) and fixed some trivial things (like adding tooltips.) Today, I hope to go back to the radar screen and actually get the buildings and SOI and other layers working. And find another 10 easy bugs.

    Of course, on Monday there should be another 20-50 new bugs from the playtests this weekend.

    San Diego lost in the NCAA tournament and SDSU lost in the second round of the NIT. A lesson: don't pick your hometown favorite in a bracket just because they are your hometown favorite. But my bracket killer was listening to everyone who said Mississippi would go far. Knocked out in the first round and I lose with them all the way to the semifinals.

    Of course, that bracket doesn't really matter with the war. Iraq has threatened to behead our soldiers. Nice.

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