Just When I Was About to Get On With My Life

We finished the last episode of Season 3 of Battlestar Galatica last night – that show is scarily addictive. I love that the show is really about dealing with the underlying questions that might arise if there were less than 50,000 humans remaining in the universe and how to roll the hard six. I think religion is handled well too – as a mixture of truth and myth, but mainly there to inspire hope in a general collective. We are just in time for the final remaining season, which begins this week on the sci-fi channel.

I was just rolling up my sleeves to get back to my desk, my computer, my blog, my writing, my bills….

When my husband sent me a link to a highly addictive game called Excit. It is a simple game of logic; all you have to do is move your cursor with your keyboard arrows until you reach the exit. The trick is that once the cursor starts moving, it will continue to move until it bumps into a wall – what happens is a cerebral maze that will slowly draw you in with increasingly complicated scenarios. If you enjoy problem-solving, STAY AWAY FROM THIS GAME.

Or ignore my warning and try it here.

This is what it looks like after you’ve played a level or two. I’m trying to get the cursor to the green exit door -going through MIS gets you extra points… Hmmm, the picture doesn’t look as fun as it really is.

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