Walk Me Insane

[Editor’s note: For purposes of contextual coherence, it may be useful to know that this post originally appeared on the manually-edited homepage of synthetik.org before being folded into this blog. -KM]

Greetings! I extend my sincerest apologies for the lack of updates lately (this seems to be manifesting into a nasty habit, doesn’t it?). Work has been a bit more hectic than usual since our former assistant manager left us. I’ve been pulling a few 55 hour weeks and even though I’m enjoying the paychecks that follow, I’ve seen what little free time I used to have dwindle to near nothingness. Or maybe I just procrastinate updates now because of all the HTML juggling that I have to do each time I do an update. ;)

Anyway, other than work, not much has changed since my last update. Tabitha is still showing up diligently for her classes, and she’s also taken on a part-time job at the university to help with the bills. Kristopher is still working hard on the walking thing, but what’s really amazing is that his words are becoming much more coherent and varied.

So why the post title? The guy running this website lets you control several things at his home remotely through the internet. You can click buttons to turn lights on and off, operate the sprinkler system, and sometimes even drive a web camera-on-wheels around the house all while observing the chaos through several strategically-placed cameras. The ultimate goal is to, as the website is named, “Drive Me Insane.”

To that, I have this response:9f20452386d88f6407a81313efec5ebe