Well, I hope you guys are having a good time gearing up for Christmas. I've been battling a killer sinus infection myself, and totally unable to function otherwise. (Is it possible to have every single sinus cavity in your head infected simultaneously?) For the first time in quite a while, I haven't even had a computer hardware review in the works the past week or so. It's a big change. Normally, I'm playing with blistering-fast processors or some eye-popping graphics card. Instead, I'm appreciating the virtues of a humidifier that can throw a gallon of water into the air around me inside of 2 or 3 hours or the power of a menthol tablet (Fisherman's Friend) that can pentrate a blocked sinus passage like a vapor icepick.
I really need to get out more.
Anyhow, I hope things are going well for you all. We should have some cool new things for you here around the first of the year or a little after. But I won't talk about that just yet.
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