Friday Cat Blogging – 22 February 2013


Blogging occasionally halts around here when I get jerked away by a high-priority interrupt. The interrupt service routine, typically written in Felix, usually involves the remote manipulation of digital sensory probes and feline auditory feedback. All other interrupts are inhibited during this activity. The photo below was taken nanoseconds before a recent instantiation of this maximum-priority ISR.

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