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Hottie

Friday, January 27th, 2006

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vm-pop3d patches

Thursday, January 26th, 2006

I have created a patch to make vm-pop3d’s virtual mail delivery settings more configurable. Basically the paths to the virtual mailboxes and virtual mailbox password files were hardcoded in the .h file, which isn’t the most ideal solution from the configurability standpoint. I have created some patches that make these paths definable on the command line. Here they are: vm-pop3d virtual delivery path patches.

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Money where mouth aint

Wednesday, January 25th, 2006

I throw in the towel. Over the next six months I will be looking for a loft in or around the Biscayne cooridor. If anyone knows of anything open and raw (and not preconstruction) drop me a line.

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Must have

Wednesday, January 25th, 2006

The Blackberry 8700c is completely and unquestionably better than the 7280. Web browsing with EDGE is great and feels faster than dialup. The screen is the best I’ve seen. The keyboard, though smaller, offers better key response so I think I actually type faster. So far no complaints aside from an occasional backlighting problem which may be my fault. Well, that and the $550 pricetag..

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Stupid Lighttpd tip

Friday, January 20th, 2006

When you want to turn on SSL, you must use a conditional on the $SERVER[”socket”] variable to set the PEM path and all that junk. Example from the bottom of my lighttpd.conf:

server.document-root = “/home/satan/public_html/”
server.error-handler-404 = “/?_error=404″
accesslog.filename = “/home/satan/access-log”
server.errorlog = “/home/satan/error-log”

$SERVER[”socket”] == “:443″ {
ssl.engine = “enable”
ssl.pemfile = “/usr/local/etc/www.satan.com.pem”
}

This instruction is actually magical: it causes the server to listen on that port. Which is pretty stupid if you ask me, but I …

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Damn you, Apple!

Wednesday, January 11th, 2006

I’m running out of reasons to avoid giving you my money. The MacBook Pro is insanely desirable despite the low resolution - now that they got rid of the SissyPC processor it will actually be as fast as a regular post-y2k computer. Damn youUuuuu.

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Picture this!

Monday, January 9th, 2006

Brokeback Mountain, but starring Robert Redford and Paul Newman. EwwWWWwWwWwwww!!!

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The critic that was

Monday, January 9th, 2006

Man, have you guys seen Roeper from Ebert and Roeper lately? He looks like shit! When he first started he was a fresh faced, strapping — well, sorta strapping — young lass. Now he looks like a North Eastern version of Gandalf. Filling Gene Siskels faggy cynical shoes must really be draining. I bet they are tassled loafers. Or maybe its the stress of trying to figure out how to launder those suitcases full of cash from the movie studios.

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