I just tagged
all the NaBloPoMo stuff, so you can use that as a handy tool to see which ones you've hit and which you haven't! I think you've done an admirable job of staying on top of things, though. (Note that if I post more than once in a day, you only have to hit one of 'em. That should make things easier.)
Really, I'm surprised how well this whole NaBloPoMo deal has been working out. I did it as kind of a joke, but it turns out that I'm slowly but surely working through a big pile of things that I'd been meaning to write about, and some of the writing has actually turned out well. (I guess that's the point of NaNoWriMo too. If you make yourself write enough, some of it can't help but be good!) Some new people have started reading the journal, too, so that's neat.
When I was taking an OS course, I often felt that it was
a matter of boring laundry lists. "How does the OS know how to do thus-and-such? There's a lookup table for that. How does it know what to do with what it finds in the table? There's a lookup table for that
." And so on. But it's actually a very interesting topic; I just happened to take a crappy course and now I'm ruined for studying OS theory. Ruined!