I've just apt-get installed gopherd, and spent a bit of time browsing gopher for the first time in four or five years. There's not a lot left, is there? Once I sort out a static IP address, I'll see about putting some stuff up on gopher myself, just because I can.
I'll need some kind of content though. I wonder how hard it would be to write XSLT to convert my web pages' XML source into text as well as HTML. (The current source code is all Free, of course, but not really suitable for release.)
Work: My boss made excuses for my big project being late by saying I was working on some really complicated features. Unfortunately, I wasn't working on that particular bit, and I've got a demo due on Monday.
Home: I decided a while ago to do up the kitchen in my apartment first, and leave my student-flat-bathroom until later. I've been convinced that a gas (LPG) hob will be really good for cooking, but right at the moment it looks like it's the dishwasher that will make the most difference.
... I would kill to be near you,
So that we can sin again...
- Fiona McDonald, A Different Hunger, "Sin Again"