March 17, 2002
It’s not the end of the world as we know it, and on a related pop tune note, I feel fine. But I could feel finer. Thus, I’m taking a pre-spring break from all things blog and will be running silent for a while. Back soon. I promise. Try to keep the place tidy, ok?
March 16, 2002
Oh my gosh, something must have gone horribly wrong. Duane actually posted three times this week. What the hell is going on over at the machine anyway? Are they laying people off? Was there a gas leak? Asbestos clean up? Food poisoning? Birthday bumps? Pantsing?
A milk bottle filled with coins sitting on the floor. Calgary.
March 15, 2002
Crap. My busy knob has been cranked way past eleven this week. Have you noticed?
March 13, 2002
Early morning frost covers a weeping birch. Calgary.
March 12, 2002
Dear Quad/Graphics, the PostScript files are in the mail. Sincerely, Grant.
I’ve missed a bunch of interesting software news over the past couple of days because I’ve been busy working on some projects that are way more important than recreational surfing. That’s my story, anyway. First off, Mozilla 0.9.9 is apparently in the house and ready to get jiggy all over the place. My favourite server … Read the rest of this item
March 11, 2002
Here’s my Linux Administration in the Hands of the Unqualified play of the week. I just finished moving an large subdirectory full of documentation files to an entirely different filesystem and created a symbolic link back to the original location in order to free up space on the disk for the system. The best part? … Read the rest of this item
This, that, and the other thing. Lots of new people in the office today. I sure hope that we can adjust the room temperature tomorrow. The heat generated by all those extra bodies and the associated arm waving and gum flapping made the place quite a bit stuffier than usual. However, I’m certainly enjoying the … Read the rest of this item
March 8, 2002
Another one of my favourite streams is biting the dust — at least publicly. It looks likely that Tag’s Trance Trip is going to change to a private stream due to what appears to be pressure from and changes to the broadcasting industry by various acronymonic, single-celled organisms such as the RIAA, CARP, and the … Read the rest of this item