Had to skip posting yesterday, due to a lengthy defragmenting process on my cranky computer. If you have never watched SystemWorks defragment a disk, consider adding this to your list of life's to-dos. Observing the process is strangely addicting. You start with a colorful map of your computer's amazingly fragmented hard drive, bits and pieces of files stuck here and there, all over the place. Then, through some mysterious process, the All-Knowing Optimizer goes about reshuffling those bits and pieces into a neat and tidy coherent system. Dot by dot, you watch (for hours, in my case) your computer change from being all split up, to getting it's hard drive act together.
If it was only so easy to do this with my own mind. Where's that Optimizer of human consciousness? I've been looking for it most of my life. Sometimes I feel as neatly ordered as my computer is at the moment, but other times I'm as scattered as my hard drive was yesterday morning. Anyway, now that my Windows XP system should only be crashing frequently, rather than often (isn't Microsoft great!), I feel confident enough to begin publicizing HinesSight more widely to family, friends, and acquaintances (which will be easy, since up to now only my sister knows it exists).