I haven't updated this in a long while.
I guess I just did. (:
Name: Garrett LeSage
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I'm a graphic designer. I'm a Linux user. I like free software. I use the Gimp. I work for Novell.
In the mean time, I am working on getting another place to host my web site and e-mail.
In other (unrelated) news, Comcast finally switched away from using @home in my area. As a result, half the 'Net is slow (packet loss & bad routing) and the other half is unaccessable. Unfortunately, my connection is also unstable, so I have pinged out a few times on IRC already.
Now for the good news of today: I have updated my Advogato diary finally! Woohoo! (:
An entry here has been long overdue. Too long.
Strangely enough, there isn't much to say at the moment.
Long time no post. (:
I've been busy working on the next generation of Linux.com. It's going to really rock. It's going to feature tons of CSS niceness and still (somehow) be compatible with Netscape 4.x. It already meets these goals on the development site. *grin*
So anyway, enough about work.
I've updated my personal web site a little bit tonight. Fun stuff there.
Now for something totally different:
Mozilla. It's the hype of the day. If not, it's at least the topic of discussions and rants on a few of the IRC channels and mailing lists that I am on. I think it's a good thing. There have been many speed improvements and bugfixes over since the 0.8 release alone, and many more to come shortly around the corner.
Sure, you might not be a developer of Mozilla directly, but there are ways you can help... Report a bug. Don't forget that Tuesdays are bugdays, afterall! (Drop by #mozillazine on irc.mozilla.org and report, report, report!)
Anyway... I really should post more often.
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