So I received the 32 mm -> 37 mm adapter for my Kodak DX4900 digicam, along with some compact flash memory and a polarizing filter (37mm). When I was purchasing the compact flash I knew I wanted a lot more than I had (32 megs), and was going to get 128 megs. But then I decided that I'd rather get something which would last me longer, and grabbed a 256 meg card. I put it into my camera and realized that I had definitely gone a little overboard. 205 pictures is what my camera told me. Wow. I realized that it was 256 megs and all, but it didn't hit me until I stuck it in my camera that it was definitely more than enough. Now I know that I won't have to worry about deleting pictures or going back to my laptop and transferring for quite some time. I just wish I had something picture-worthy around here. I really should've gotten the polarizing filter before my trip to Maine... that could've made for some much nicer pictures.
Libtool is refusing to play nicely for me on Mac OS 10.2 + fink-source-cvs... I have libtool 1.4 with fink, but OS X has 1.3.x installed globally, and they seem to get confused between the prefixes very easily. It really should be easier than this. Blah. fink really is not 10.2-ready at all. Gabber is still producing odd symbol errors when compiled under 10.2 as well.
I almost forgot to mention... I was elected into the 2002-2003 Jabber Council. I'm hoping I can help push Jabber forward and figure out this whole IETF business ;)