Step aerobics last night was fun. It was the third (and last) time with the same combination, so we managed to complete it, and do it really well. I even managed to talk with the women there a bit -- seems one there is a database consultant. I wisely refrained from letting her know my opinions on RDBMS and how much they are evil, and how object-databases will come and kill them, and was politely interested.
Ally McBeal was really good on TV, so I didn't go to sleep too early. This morning I could hardly wake up.
It seems Linux will finally find a way into my company -- first as a CD burner (Oh! The humiliation). Well, to tell the truth, CD burner is probably the only job on earth I'd prefer a Linux system to a FreeBSD system, since it has much better hardware support. Just had an argument with my team leader about which distribution to install. He wants to stick to Red Hat, which is probably a sensible thing to do. I think someone should build Debian GNU/Red Hat Linux <wink> -- rpm sucks dead bunnies through a straw (a phrase I learned from Andrew M. Kuchling).
I played around with PikiPiki some more. The code was a bit of a mess, so I cleaned it up. I also made it more indepndant, by tossing the CSS and PNG references. I hope I can make it small enough so it will be seconds to install it. You aren't going to do it is *the* way to go.