Archive | September 2004
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I have been spending a lot of time doing these things lately (in no particular order): Working. We are setting up four Dell 6650 servers for our new J2EE-compliant web application platform at the AFCCC. This is exciting stuff. We installed RedHat Enterprise 3 AS on two of them today, and will finish up the […]
It has been one week since I started my new job as a contracted web developer working with the Air Force. So far I like it a lot, and I don’t forsee that changing any time soon. I went in a little intimidated by the military aspect of it, not having spent any time in […]
Here are some nifty links I have come across the last few weeks. IP Chicken is a quick and easy way to tell you what IP address you are broadcasting. It’s similar to WhatsMyIP.net, but it has a chicken, which makes it easier to remember, mnemonicly speaking. A short list of email addresses it would […]
As you already know, I am a big fan of iTunes, the legal online music service where you can buy songs for $0.99 each. Thanks to their free 30 second sound clips of all the songs they offer, I have found some songs that I have been into a lot lately. Check em out: Rilo […]
I received an email today from a guy that had been downloading MP3′s from my online library of tunes by bands I have played in here. I posted these tunes a while back because on rare occasions, people would email and ask if I had any material. Mind you, some of these were recorded in […]
This is why I love the internet. Something I have had in the back of my head for a long time, but always forgot to do, was to look up the origin of [sic]. That is, the editorial comment you see used in writing when the author is quoting someone who has mispelled a word […]