Anyone feeling generous toward SCO today? Questions? Hat tip: filtrs.
FTP to SFTP bridge. Hat tip: Matt who is ahead of me on Google. Urchin, best web tracking software I’ve used. Now installed and running for about 70 domains. CVS Version Control for Web Site Projects. I like the sound of this. Logrep Logging stuff
Giving it a trial run, it actually doesn’t look that bad on my site. I’m glad they got rid of that ghastly grey. However at the moment Google seems to think “coconut monkey purses” are particularly relevant to visitors of my page. Go figure. Anyway if an ad looks interesting to you check it out. […]
I have a new favorite website.
Sometimes these things just build up, here are a few links worth browsing. Thesis paper in Portuguese that includes some quotes from me and looks at photomatt.net Don’t Cell and Refuel Decent place to compare PDAs Bad PDA, cool watch Hat tip: Eli. I like Jane’s new (to me) look. Fly all over the US, […]
Just in case you are like me and get all your news through non-local online sources, I would like to inform my neighbors that there is a big freakin’ storm heading this way. This has been a public service announcement. What’s crazy is this isn’t the first time this has happened to me. Let’s take […]
A lot has happened since the last time I posted, it’s been a series of very long days. Tuesday I went into work early to finish up some of the cabling (which is still going on) when mid-afternoon I got a call from John Greiner asking if I could play lead alto with a big […]
I’m at an internet terminal but I don’t have any time and I can’t type. Having lots of fun!!! Later.
Richard Allen, a member of the British Parliment, now has a WordPress-powered blog. How cool is that? Politician blogs in general are a great idea and I wish more mainstream politicians in the US would pick it up. (What if the President had a blog?) Look for more politician’s blogs in the future, as I’m […]
Nothing says “have a nice Monday” like a shiny new Athlon 2600 in the mail. For the past 5 minutes I’ve been opening and closing programs just to see how fast they start. I think after this post I’m going to go back.
Just finished upgrading the server to address a mod_ssl vulnerability and get PHP 4.3.2. It went swimmingly, which is always nice. In the process of upgrading about half a dozen sites to WordPress .71 to test it out before the code is released. It’s a good process because the sites need updating (security problem again) […]
My throbbing head from the moment I woke up is telling me to stay away from work, but commitments keep me tied to the computer screen. I don’t remember the last time I had a headache this bad, and my medicine has yet to kick in. Perhaps some time away is in order after all.
The latest on the Star Wars Kid says that there are lawyers involved now, and they’re not happy with whoever originally put the video on the web. (It doesn’t look like they’re mad at the people who propagated it.) What really sucks is Ghyslain might not accept the money (man, monthly archive permalinks suck) presumably […]
My laptop has a suicide wish.
I just wanted to remind everyone that I’m going to be playing tonight at the Miller Outdoor Theatre at 6:30 PM. It’s a fun gig so come check it out.
You know you’re sleepy when…
Adaptation was a really excellent movie, with more twists and turns than I could keep track of. I think there is so much I still don’t get though. For now though, it’s time (finally) for some sleep.
Hamlet was great, it was the opening night though so it ran long. Three and a half hours to be exact. Now if I was sane I would get some much needed sleep now, but Rachel is leaving town tomorrow so I’m going to hang with her and Josh for a bit. I hear he […]
I feel like Neo in the first Matrix when he looks around everywhere and sees code, because code is all I’ve seen for hours, far too many hours. I’ve basically been working non-stop on getting WordPress out the door. In a bit I’m heading out for a meeting but after that it’s right back to […]
Move along, nothing to see here.