Little tired this evening - have been for a few evenings, in fact. GP rang up today and told me to go in for an extra blood test next week as my iron level is a little low, so I've got that to look forward to.
Apart from that, it's been a good day. I really enjoyed reading up about the Mars Rover and what it's up to at the moment after making its successful landing on the red planet and blasting a little rock with a laser (I'm now imagining it featuring in a Wh40K story about the Mechanicum...)
I particularly liked the press release at http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/msl/news/msl20120811.html - although the article is about the pretty cool colour pictures of the Martian surface, it does mention the rover "undergoing a brain transplant" which I translate as being the Nasa term for updating your motherboard drivers. I wonder if it's Intel or AMD?
To stay on geeky subjects I've started watching The Guild again. Last time I got halfway through series three and then stopped for some reason, but this evening I've just got through series one and reminded myself just how cool it is. For the uninitiated, The Guild is a internet TV show about a group of people that play games together in the same guild. While the show does take things to extremes, WoW players (and players of other MMOs) will recognise something of MMO life in the show, especially the characters. I want to be Bladezz (but I'm probably Vork!)
If you've no idea what I'm talking about go to http://www.watchtheguild.com/ - each episode is only 4-5 minutes long so you don't have to worry about spending your evening watching something you might or might not like. It'd be interesting to know what do non-gamers think of The Guild?
For construction folk, remember the Yorkshire & Humber Construction Best Practice Awards are currently open for submitting entries. There's a ton of categories so there's something for everyone. Go check it out at http://www.constructionsectornetwork.org/best-practice/best-practice-awards-2012/ - the website says that the closing date is Friday 24th August but I've got a tweet saying that the date has been pushed back to September 14th so if you thought it was too late to enter think again.
Okay - I've got a long day tomorrow promoting G4C in the Yorkshire region (get in touch if you want to get involved by the way, more info about this construction best practice initiative for newcomers to the industry in my last post) so I'm going to do some chores and get some sleep. Night!