: If dragging a folder just
passes a directory handle, as opposed to a sorted list of
files, that would explain the ordering issues. If I were a
betting man (which I'm not), I'd bet the songs were getting
played in order of creation/last modification when you drag
dmerrill: Not to worry. If some hoser
snatches the linuxdoc.org domain, all that has to be done is
to make it not worth his while to own it. One just has to
make it more expensive than he/she/they can afford. ISP
costs can become very high when a site is getting hammered
with enough traffic to flood a few OC-3s.
Not too much to say about my end of things (whatever those
things may be). Still job hunting. The game is scarce and
the hunters are many.
Went to Barnes & Noble the other day. Noticed, for the first
time in a long time, a copy of Fahrenheit 451 on
the shelves that did not have to phrase "The temperature at
which books burn" on the cover. Hallelujah! Almost bought it
(I've been waiting a long time to get a new copy, just to
avoid that bloody insult on the cover), but I don't have a
whole lot of money and it came down to Fahrenheit
451 and a book of poetry by Seamus Heaney, Seeing
Things. As I've read Fahrenheit 451 many
times, but had never seen the Heaney book before, I'll have
to wait a bit for Fahrenheit 451.
Right now, I'm reading Excession, by Iain M. Banks.
As I've come to expect from Iain Banks, it's awesome (in
many senses of the word). One of his many "Culture" novels.