I’ve heard lots of deadly awesome things about gmail lately, so I’m trying it out. I’ll keep you posted, but in the meantime, if you want to send me something there, clicky on the email link over on the left.
I’m having a pretty nasty vertigo attack today. I get it every once in a while, although not nearly as frequently as I did when I was younger. I really thought my computer monitor was moving for awhile, and then when I started running into things I knew it wasn’t the computer monitor. The only antihistamine in my purse today is stupid Alavert, so I took it in hopes it would help. I could probably stand to take a stronger one but anything stronger is likely to knock me out. It is kind of funny, though, when I run into things. I also misjudged the distance to my friend’s car door and cracked my head on it a little while ago.
And also, here’s something you may find interesting (especially if you are into politics): The Political Compass has some great stuff about political ideologies, and how Stalin and Hitler were more similar than you might think. It explains the inadequacies of simply having “left” and “right” ideologies, citing the left-right line as an economic one. The political compass adds a y-axis to place the social dimension. It ranges from authoritarian to libertarian. There’s a test you can take to place yourself on the political compass. For the record, I’m pretty solidly in the middle of the Leftist Libertarian quadrant.
Go check that place out, even if only to take the test. I doubt you’ll regret it. And tell me how you turn out!