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So, I lied. Curses upon me. I have no screenshots for the masses. Actually, in all truth, the hard drive with Visual Studio on it crashed. Because it is completely hamburger, the uninstaller went with it. So it goes - I try to reinstall it with the DVD, but it gives me some 'Program Files' folder name wrong error. I've tried cleaning the registry, I've tried everything I know how, and it's still stuck.

Hence, I'm out of Visual Studio until I can figure out what to do.

But in better news, I have been working with SpiderMonkey (as a part of my Wildfire Games work), and I must say, it's a lot of fun. Because of my inherent hate of javascript in years past (it has since faded), I thought it would be interesting to tackle, and so it has. I'll keep everyone updated on it. Right now I'm working on the XML/javascript scripting stuff. A more technical explination coming soon.

In other news, I just got back from Florida, where I am convinced I got more sun in seven days than I have in my entire life career. I'm so used to the much less powerful monitor radiation...it was an experience.

More later, back to work.
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I feel bad for deriving pleasure from your misfortune, but the phrase "complete humburger" and the associated mental image of a hard drive platter turned into burnt ground beef was just hilarious.

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