Latest sabatical is over, back to work again.
New gig is teaching NetApp courses.
I couldn't help noticing something at the bottom of the page, under top downloads:
I was doing some DNS research today, and just couldn't help
I had to run a google search on 'Vixie Kashpureff'.
Damn, but I gotta giggle at some of that shit.
Ahhh, the good old days of the 'net! : )
- I'm currently available.
I'd take that Genius, etc... title in a hot second, and be happy with it.
I've made it a point to read Advogato lately, and I'm not
( yes, kiddies, I'm probably just the kind of guy you'd want to impress, if you wanted real work in the industry. )
This is a 'free software developers advocate site'.
WTF do the recent entries on Anime or Apple's latest crap iPhone invention have to do with free software ?
Maybe the syndicated feed posting option is a bad idea ?
BTW, my wife recently sent me a link to some real inovation: TORPARK - a version of firefox that uses TOR.
Screw you later...
I'm waiting for Verizon to come and install fibre here in the apartment this morning.
She's such a bad girl...
You think I might be screwing with things, again ?
Just had to reply to Mikal today -
Don't know about the Midway, but we've been to the Intrepid in NYC, and recently to visit the Yorktown in Charleston, SC. The Intrepid has more planes in better condition (though she's in drydock now). The Yorktown was awesome, due to all of the access they give you to the ship. Enjoy these pics ...
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