Hm. Well. Stupid camera.
Yeah, I know I'm a bitch for this, but thought I'd ask anyway. Does anyone out there have any software that'll convert .cam files to .jpg files? Seeing as to how I don't, and my computer doesn't like .cam files, but my camera will only take pictures in that format. Anyone have the software that they can maybe...give? Yeah. Asinine camera.
I was very disappointed today when I used the restroom in the new Paul G. Allen Computer Science and Engineering Building. I actually had to touch the flush handle and the faucet, etc. where's all the high-tech stuff? I bet I could sit on the throne and post to Livejournal via wireless but afterwards i'd have to *gasp* manually flush the toilet...
Since other departments have student organizations, why cant we? In an attempt to revive the microbiology club...would anyone be up for some dank and dirty fun? Get out of the lab/textbook/etc!
If interested please email email@example.com
there is this guy in one of the study rooms or whatever on second floor OGUL by the computers, hes singing. and is appearently unaware that every one can hear him.
i find it amusing, course im not workign on anything, just surfing the net before i head on home.
What exactly is the difference between a "computer integrated" English class, and other English classes? More specifically, I'm registering for English 111 tomorrow, and I noticed that most of the computer-integrated classes are filled up already. Why are they more popular?
Has any one had a Professor Greenfield for an English class (namely English 283)? Do you know if he/she is friendly?
what is the procedure for overloading a class? I found a photo class that i'd REALLY like to take... but it says taht there are already 13 people enrolled and the limit was 12... = / It's also one of teh ONLY classes that fits into my schedule. any ideas? I'm an AVID photographer and i own all of my own equipment (as the course requires) - so i'd love to take this class... but i'm worried about the enrollment/overloading. = (