But, fsomm.com contains many things that I am proud of, so I would like to pick it up again. I want to move it to blojsom because I need to be able to work with that and understand it better.
So, what is the way? How can I move this stuff over? Rendering to static is one way... -
It might not look like it, but I am making progress learning CSS. This layout is getting much closer to what I am expecting. One thing is getting in the way: Manila adds tags to the posts that mess up the layout. Of course, I will someday find out how to fix this, but for now there is just no way. -
I am going to rip this page apart. To learn CSS I need to have a sandbox worth playing.
Let's see what happens.-
I remember those good old times back in the late 80s when the CeBIT simply was the place to be. -
Anyways, here is a fun thing for Mac OS X users: http://www.miraclesight.com -
Then, one of our key servers starts acting up. A linux box that routes traffic between three networks and acts as an internet gateway. Out it goes and I replace it with a Mac running Mac OS X with 3 Ethernet cards. Works.
Here is my wishlist for Mac OS X Server Panther: A document telling me how to create a transparent proxy and a document telling me how to setup and correctly configure the machine as a router. Mine works, but I am not sure how. Also, the VPN should be a good thing, when it works. -
Think about it. -
Steve Woz Wozniak has a new company that is doing exactly that: They produce a tag that can be attached to any object or person and allows a 24/7 digital tracking of that person's movements.
It is intriguing technology. But is it humane? Imagine your parents had been able to track your every move when you were a kid... I think the first thing I would have done is find ways to trick, destroy and/or remove the tag. -