April 6th, 2006

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e-filing, e-chess.

Tonight the Garland Bar Association heard a speech by the very impressive county clerk, an attorney who ran for office, to convert the court system into an e-filing machine. She was great, and reminded me of a time when people tried to go into government to make it work a bit better.

Tonight, also, I watched my on-line blitz chess rating at Free Chess Dot Org plunge to its lowest point in a very long time. How many games of chess can one grown man lose? A lifetime's worth, in my experience.

In other news, I feel pique over nothing, and frustration over less than nothing. I hate to be a sensitive flower.