Older blog entries for richlowe (starting at number 1)

Well, I havent done this for a while, I've learned just enough LaTeX, to do pretty looking design documentation for my Computer Science project.
and learned that searching for "LaTeX" on google with a lecturer looking over your shoulder doesnt always make them think you're working ;-)

I've been messing with C++ (not very much, just having a poke about) and I went back to using 2.4.0-test kernels, oh, and i installed Debian, and learned Perl, and other stuff I've forgot.

Ah, heres another one, I discovered how much PDQ rocks, that Mozilla became useable while I wasnt looking, that the start of the GTK+ bindings for Ferite are sweet, and that when food packaging says to pierce the film before putting it in the microwave, it means it ( I think theres still some little bits of chilli stuck to the ceiling of the microwave that wont come off)

I found out about this place from gilbertt a few weeks back but i hadn't done anything useful then, most of yesterday and all of the day before I spent hacking background setting code into feh. And in the last few hours of yesterday (and the first few hours of today), I started on a thumbnail view.

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