i biked down to client N in allston in the late morning for a project meeting about a gettysburg interactive. it's a fast turnaround with a due date at the end of the month, but it shouldn't be too difficult and it's nice to get some more work during the winter so i can go out and enjoy myself once the weather warms up.
returning home, i had time to check out a few interesting architectures around cambridge.
i spent the rest of the day in my bedroom home office working on client R's panama project. it's still baby steps, just easing my way into that full-blown flash world of no return. naturally, i suddenly had this overwhelming urge to do anything else but code: clothes needed to be folded, dishes washed, appliances dusted. at the end of the day though, i got my bearing, and the rest of the week looks promising. i went out again one last time to star market to pick up some snacks.
i'm going to try and sell that big art history textbook drew left behind (the one the size of a telephone book). amazon has an efficient buy back program, and they'll even pay for the shipping as well as the return if they don't accept the book. hopefully it can pass for a good condition copy. i'll know in a week what they decide. i'll use that money to partially pay for a small point-and-shoot digital camera (i'm thinking panasonic ZS20; prices will hopefully go down now that the next generation ZS30 just came out).