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I am sleepy quickies

July 13th, 2009 at 05:42 am

* So, I'm planning to move back to DSL. Found Dry Loop (internet without landlines) for a competitive price. In fact, for roughly $7 a month more, it's basically twice the speed and not having to share with the neighborhood. It is worth it to me.

* I'm still having trouble with my darn personal finance software. There is one recurring transaction in PocketMoney up that for some reason I can not delete! And yes, I'm doing it right, hitting the big, red "delete" button. In fact, that works for other recurring transactions.

According to their website, it most likely has something to do with OS 3.0 not playing nice with the application. Seriously, this is turning out to be a huge headache.

* Have you guys noticed that the VIX is dropping? Even "stable stocks" are starting to behave like... stable stocks. Big Grin

Oh, but I think this recession is far from over. In fact, the weather has worsened a bit since May. Still, at this point, I'll take whatever I can get.

* Completely non-financially related, but do you dream in sound as well? I do. It's weird. When I am deep enough in sleep, I also hear music. And it doesn't sound like gibberish either. Usually, it's pretty catchy, and they're all original works. The range varies too, anywhere from elevator music to full symphonies, all the way to deep jazz. Did I mention that they're all original works?

What is seriously interesting is the "quality" of the music since I have upgraded my speakers a little while back. Now my dream music sounds like that too! Very wild. I wish there was some way of recording that music.

3 Responses to “I am sleepy quickies”

  1. princessperky Says:

    learn to write music and then play it....
    I would assume that your brain is mixing sounds it has heard before, so when the stuff you tend to hear improve the stuff your brain played back improved.

    I dream in sound, but no cool music. But then I don't play guitar either.

  2. miclason Says:

    yes, there is sound in my dreams.
    In one of my freakiest dreams ever, there were subtitles!!!

  3. Broken Arrow Says:

    That IS freaky! But it's good to know that your dreams are accessible for the hearing-impaired. Big Grin

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