Or what happens when you have to stay up for 22 hours, because a server has suddenly decided it doesn’t like life, and would rather die, as I had to this morning.
Managed to recover it in the end, but this would be the downside of my job 😉
Weak, managed to strain my legs, so both were aching, but oh, did bed feel nice when I got to crawling in!
In my case, sleep deprivation results in:
- getting sillier
- getting grumpy
- trouble accessing memories
- eye-hand co-ordination beginning to degrade
I guess, that over time, you can train yourself to deal with these sort of symptoms (though for me, being silly is a bit strange 🙂 )
I had trouble trying to think of something to blog about. So I’ll blog about this. Recently, I’ve taken to playing Eve Online, an interesting enough online MMORPG. It’s quite fun, in parts, although there are bits that get on my nerves. Firstly, the interface. It’s rubbish. The text font is too small, and you have to boost it by default.
On my machine, it and my graphics card drivers just don’t seem to get along. It crashes when anything interesting (or too busy) happens on my screen. A lot. The other week, it crashed whilst I was doing the utterly uninteresting task of mining (I set it go, and then go about doing something more interesting, like studying, whilst keeping half an eye on it to make sure I don’t get blown up), but more often it crashes whilst I’m trying to do something more interesting, like helping blow other people’s space ships up.
This game is interesting, in that you are effectively immortal, dying isn’t a problem. The only rule is, only fly what you can afford to loose.
Still fun game 🙂
I can give out 21-day free trials, if anyone wants one, let me know. (Disclaimer: If you sign up, I get 30 days free play 😉 )