I've decided to change my program of study from Computer Science (CS) to Computer Information Systems (CIS) with a minor in CS. This is pretty much the best choice I have, as my ability to suck at math is unmatched. True, I still have plenty in regards to business, but I would prefer that more than abstract math. One of the biggest selling points of doing this is I can still take my COSC classes, get credit, and have it go towards something (my minor), without taking any of the math.
Meanwhile, I am receiving (or should be) my IBM 2.1gb SCA hard drive in the mail this week. I am going to pop this in my Ultra 1e and hopefully it will be a lot more quiet then the blaring sound of the Seagate Barracudas that I currently own. I will probably sell those at my LUG, EBay, or just at NOTACON, I am sure someone doesn't live in the same room with their computers and could benefit from them. I have also just (a few minutes ago) won 8x32mb of ram for my Ultra 1e (also works in a few other Ultra systems, and SS20s... which if Matt ever gives in, I can get from him). I am a bit leary of the seller and refuse to pay until he directly contacts me, he hasn't responded to my questions in two days, and the last feedback he received was negative, and it was about the same ram I just bought. Fortunatly, he does have 3-4 other people who bought the same ram and left positive feedback, may just be a lapse in communication? Hopefully it works out, if so, I just bought that for $20.
I will now finish getting ready for class and go waste my time in there learning about things I mostly know (Understanding Technology, 100-series).