I continue to configure my Linux computer. I removed fotoxx, which I installed after it had been given a favorable review on the Linux Action Show. I could never work out how to get it to sync. I have had much better luck with Pinta, which I find to be excellent photo editing software. I really enjoy this computer, and am very pleased with how easy Fedora 18 has proven to use. The LXDE interface is very intuitive,and I wonder why people bother with Unity or Gnome when interfaces like LXDE or E17 exist.
I ate at a new cafe called Sapporo tonight, a ramen place with Japanese and Taiwanese items on the menu. I had a hot and sour soup (large but not huge bowl, very tasty) and a "traditional" 3-chicken stir fry (the chicken pieces served on a metal heating platform over a small flame). I enjoyed the meal.
Today the news has been full of the Los Angeles ex-policeman who allegedly killed three people, and today was in a gun battle near Big Bear Lake up in the mountains. All this work-related violence makes me unhappy. I hate for people to think that is the way to redress grievances.
I was glad to see the rain today.