- Back massages are wonderful, both for relieving back muscle strain caused by moving heavy computer equipment around and for giving you time totally disassociated from everything to think.
- Doing editing of massive MySQL dump files to turn them into files that Postgres can read, and loading them into Postgres to test, on a linode with 64Mb of memory and a shared processor does not make sense when you have a local machine with Postgres on it, 1024Mb of memory and two processors.
- The perl script that I downloaded from SourceForge to convert MySQL dump files into Postgres dump files SUCKS ROCKS and I’m getting much better results from my own little sed script.
That is all.
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Back massages are wonderful
Indeed they are. In aggregate.
Candice is at Algonquin studying massage therapy, and just finished up her second year. My back and arms are regularly in awful shape, so she works on me occasionally. It helps a lot. You cannot tell this at all the next day. It takes a couple of days to get over the massage to notice that the first problem has improved a bit.
“Sweetie? That kind of hurts.” “It’s supposed to.” “… Okay.”
So far my experience is that I didn’t feel all that much better afterwards, or even later that evening, but I woke up this morning with the most pain free back I’ve had in weeks.
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