What kalle said.
Nothing new. I've been lurking on a lot of mailing lists, sleeping at lectures and doing nothing useful.
EmptyOne: Yes, you have to be certified at Apprentice level or higher to post comments to articles. If you write interesting diary entries and contribute to free software projects, you will get certified. Actually, just hanging around might be enough. Just look at me. :)
Well, it's been sort of slow on the tech front lately. Actually, I don't think I have done anything useful or creative in a long time. I feel extremely unmotivated.
Things I've done since last time (Nov 2001):
Going to NUCCC in the weekend. Maybe that will put me in a hacking mood.
I've been working quite a bit on my swedish website lately, and will also move my diary there. Tech stuff might still show up here, though.
Still looking for digicam comments.
Good day today. Bought some groceries, won't starve to death for at least another week. Watched some excellent tennis on TV, the Stockholm Open final.
I'm thinking about getting a digital camera, it would be fun to take pictures of stuff. Perhaps an Olympus C-2100UZ? It seems like good value for the money (6000 SEK, might be about $500). Of course, I'd rather have an Olympus E-10 or a Canon EOS D30 or something like that, but I'm on a limited budget. It's hard being a poor student, you can't buy all the luxury items you want.
Hmmm... Breakage somewhere in my X packages (or configuration). Everything works with startx but with xdm something (I'm not sure what) segfaults. Bah.
Update: Apparently not a segfault. The "Caught signal 11" message I read in some log must've come from somewhere else. It was a silly typo bug in the 4.1.0-7 debs.
Running ext3. Feels good so far.
Participated in the swedish ACM Programming Contest on the weekend. My team finished in 23d place, with one measly correct solution. Not so good, but it was the first time we participated. Coderunners won again, of course.
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