Lovely day. The kind of day that makes California living so nice, except this is the Hudson Valley. #
Programming lesson still being re-learned after 46 years of programming: If your program behaves like it has an infinite loop, consider the possibility that it actually has an infinite loop. #
Another programming lesson I haven't forgotten. It's amazing how many bugs that you spend hours not finding at the end of the day are found first thing the next day. #
I love house-shopping on Zillow, like a lot of people do. It's fun to dream about living in one place or another. This house in Great Barrington would be fantastic for a family, as a country home perhaps, or a place to live in the age of telecommuting. #
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