Rawr... in the library today, until 7 pm. Bleh. I had lunch before I came here. It was a damn tasty ham and swiss (with dill) stuffed croissant. And it was hot! And I got a side of fruit with it. And I also finally bought a Day&Night cookies. That's my snack for later. I also have a sandwich and chips and soda in my bag for a dinner-ish type thing, since I'm probably gonna be hungry before 7. Damn my fast metabolism.
I'm studying Contracts and Remedies today. Or Property. I haven't decided yet, but Contracts looks to be better, since it ties in with what I've been doing with Remedies. Aaaah the joys of beating the same information into your head over and over and over again until you bleed from the ears.
Also, in a cooler and less traumatizing note, I have some things to pimp out! They're pretty cool!
First, is LJ Book
. This site will turn your whole LJ (or parts of it) into a .pdf for easy printing. See, the trend now seems to be to make hardcopies of your blog (if you're a hardcore blogger and don't babble like I mostly do), so you can remember it or share it with others. Also, it's a great way to keep a copy of your LJ on hand, so you don't lose any info in a LJ server crash or something. ♥
I did my LJ last night, all of it, and it's now a file that's over 12MB. Over 2000 pages. @___@ Damn, I babble alot. But it's still pretty cool! And you can even choose to have your comments in it, too.
Second, is the LJ Archive program.
If you don't want to turn your LJ into a .pdf, you can use this. ^^ The program archives your LJ and updates everytime you run it, so you always have a copy of your LJ around. It's pretty handy for if you want to find a specific entry, or remember something you did, or don't want to lose your stuff. It also has some neat add-ons. I particularly like the Regressive Imagery Analysis, which scans through your LJ for certain words and phrases, then analyzes them to see how your stats compare to other people on LJ. Psychological profiling! Yay!
>_>;; My 3 highest categories are Oral (91.2%), Consciousness Alteration (80.1%), and Water (90%). That means like, 91.2% of people on LJ talk about Orality less than I do. *coughs slightly* I really have no idea what they're talking about. ( cut for a chart, because charts and graphs are cool )