Know anyone with an iPhone? Are they anything like the chic in this video? Not only is the video hilarious, it also gave me an excuse to setup mod_flv_streaming. Despite the cartoon appearance the discussion is what some would consider, "adult language." Viewer discretion is advised... Also - almost forgot, more G-Bs and 3 wishes, even if one of those wishes is for the iPhone. Just watch and enjoy :]
Unfortunately, if you've posted a comment to a Nullamatix.com post between July 24th and August 29th, they weren't submitted to the queue for approval. This was due to a php.ini setting modification in an effort to enhance security. My apologies if anyone wrote a novel during this time frame. The issue has been resolved and the comment submission form is now working as intended.
Anselm, the "inventor of dwm" shared this information with the suckless mailing list yesterday. Apparently, Wikipedia has flagged the dwm (dynamic window manager from suckless.org) article for deletion. Anselm says he's neutral and shared his thoughts on the Wikipedia Page, but what does this say about Wikipedia? A community built on free and open source software that promotes a free and "open" encyclopedia is now purging FOSS pages? Why, because Microsoft.com doesn't have anything to say about dwm?
Michael Lynton, Sony's Harvard Graduate CEO, is a moron. Sure the guy is fluent in French, German, Dutch, and I suspect English, but none of that matters when you say something this ignorant.
Before Firefox was even thought of, the Internet was plagued with thousands of sites proudly displaying browser recommendation icons. You remember them, right? The classic phrase, This Site Works Best With Internet Explorer and similar variants encouraging the use of Netscape. With the release of the w3 web development standards, many webmasters hoped to put an end to this meaningless nonsense. Well, here we are, years later, and nothing's changed. In fact, some are saying the situation has only intensified.
A group of individuals across the globe have unleashed a campaign to destroy Scientology's Internet presence. The attacks have already started, and many Scientology web sites have been crippled as a result. Check out this chilling video that was posted on youtube.
On Friday, January 18th, 2008, my employer confiscated my company assigned mobile device, employee identification card, and then escorted me out of the building. To prevent myself from getting into more trouble, I'm going to refrain from mentioning specific details explaining why I was placed on administrative leave; but I will say the entire experience has definitely made me appreciate my job more than ever. A return trip from a friend's house forced me to pass the building I usually work in, and that's when everything really sank in.