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I've gotten back to work on my own sitecode (finally) and setup a beta (actually, live CVS version) @ asleep.beenlobotomized.com.

I'm also busting arse on this freelance job for a local tattoo shop :)

I've been reading on one of my favorite subjects... oral sex. I setup a poll for both male and female humans.
If you are reading this, do me a favor for my research and take a sec to fill out the poll.

Ahh... XiteCode prerelease ... nice ... now to start plyaing with PHP/XML and jabber ... it would be great if there was a working jabber client for Linux rather then two partally working clients.
Have I ever told you that I hate XML? Well, if I havn't, I hate XML.

Welp... there's another damn good PHP hacker sent out into the wild... I'm jobless... *sigh* guess it's not that bad, a little freelance contract work might not be bad. As long as I get to code I'm happy.

Finally managed to put my flag up without crying like a sissy... heh... I'm slightly happier now.

14 Sep 2001 (updated 14 Sep 2001 at 05:15 UTC) »

I've shut down my site a few days ago in honor of the recent ... whatever you want to call it ... I call it acts of hate.

I can't even put up my flag without breaking into tears.

Welp, looks like there will be another damn good PHP developer out on the street...
I may be leaving my job *sigh*. Maybe I'll work at a gas station or something so I have plenty of time for the projects in my life that actually make me happy!
$this = new Job;


welp, the code I've been working on now has a name. I think that naming an unnamed project is probably harder then coding it. heheh... XiteCode will be in public beta next week.

Still working on asleep.net sitecode ... Man this is taking a while... I've decided to write my own forum software once I figure out the fastest way to do threaded comments. Since I refuse to look at other peoples code until I've gotten my own version of said code working, this isn't proving to be easy.

My host has decided to go all fubar. asleep.net will be down for a couple days.

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