Older blog entries for jimjag (starting at number 2)

*burp* - Excuse me... Anyone for turkey sandwiches?

Good news. My latest Web Techniques article should be in the Jan 2001 issue. Looks like it will be a featured article. I'll keep the anticipation up. Looks like eWeek will do a follow-up article on their "server side scripting language" article. Been speaking with Timothy Dyck who's a real nice guy. He'll mention PHPlib and PEAR. Amazing how many people don't know about the various DB abstraction layers available for PHP.

Just got my new Apple Dual G4 computer. Sweet. Got OS 9, OS X and Linux all booting up on it. YellowDog does a pretty decent Linux implementation for the Mac. Still like FreeBSD better :). The Mac just cooks. Compiles are super fast.

Working on getting jagubox2 (or maybe son-of-jagubox) up and running. Still a valuable resource... the A/UX community still exists. I still think that if Apple had focused on developing A/UX, we'd have had a OS X-like environment for the Mac years ago. Durn shame.

15 Oct 2000 (updated 15 Oct 2000 at 00:52 UTC) »

I broke down and created an entry. Thing is, of course, jim was taken. Now if I don't keep up with diary entries I'll feel guilty. (ha!) I won't tell my wife, because if she finds out there's another activity online for me to play around with she'll make me eat a pillow :-).

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