One of the RAs in East broke up with her boyfriend tonight . . . ran into her in the hall . . .
this sucks. I don't know how to help people in real life :/
sigh . . . and she probably wouldn't want my help anyway . . . but . . .
it's gonna bug me :/
. . . was that my ex didn't even trust me when I tried to introduce her to Tetrinet. Geez. Someone *else* showed it to her a few weeks later, and then she tried to introduce *me* to it . . . and I'd tried to get her into it a few weeks before . . .
today is turning into a bunch of random unexpected reminders about how I'm lonely >_
I can only wonder how some sites calculate relevant links.
I'm on a freelance site - guru.com - which recently changed their skill systems a little bit. They sent off emails and added a bunch of skills you could say you had. So when I opened it up, it had a bunch of "relevant skills". I checked off the ones I knew and hit "update".
Well, out of curiosity, I decided to see what other suggestions they had.
So: based off half a dozen programming languages, one database query language, and two entries under (for some reason) "Software development technology" it gives me, as one of the possibly-relevant skills I could have . . .
No, I don't understand why either.