Also in Boston I bought Mitch's newest book. This was also a bit of good timing, because I usually like reading his stuff on Shavuot, which just happens to be next week! Yay!
Work continues apace. I've joined a summer Ultimate (that's Frisbee) league with a couple of coworkers, so that should be fun once it gets going. I haven't played in a couple years, so it should be nice to get back into it. But hopefully not too nice, because I'll be missing Finals Weekend, and it would be unfortunate if that becomes a major regret.
I'm hosting a Shabbat dinner tomorrow night, for the first time in roughly two years. Eh, it was my turn.
Today I purchased a cellular telephone over the internet's World Wide Web. I got sick of calling every Cingular store in the area to find out when they'd get it in stock.
I finally successfully upgraded my computer to Win XP SP2. I know, I'm so cool. Welcome to 2004, me! I also recently put a moderate amount of money into my car, which now rides better than it has in years. It's sad, though, that I'm still considering paying $100 for a fixed speedometer and $200 for a new radio (MP3 CDs and HD radio) even though I'm trying to convince myself to get rid of the car by the end of the summer.