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Well, already tuesday evening, I can't believe this. So much stuff to do, so little time. It was Dilbert night :) funny one too. Had chinese food, spent all day bitching at email. I did not have email access for like half a day, and then there was a huge backlog and it took another half day to get it all in. Oh well at least I could get to my older stuff for a while.
Nothing exciting happened. closed a bug, was not my bug :P added some diskspace. Having some more ideas bout wild new disk stuff. I guess the STP discussion on l-k got me thinking about object based disks. Anyways more later.
Trying to get uzibeatch to post something but he is being a dork about it :)

Dangit. Just realised that I put my home directory on 700 so apache said "duhuh" when going to my homepage ! Hah.
Anyways... Had a long day at work, got in at 8.30 and got home rather late. 7.40ish, which meant I had to bail on dinner with the gang :( Sorry Tali, Boren, Bofh and whoever else was supposed to be at Taxi's in Palo Alto at 7pm.
Got some stuff accomplished today, Found a bug in my code, which I now need to go fix. Long live people writing test suites so they can break your shit. Now its just after 9, finished doing my bills and got some stamps too. I don't like the current online billing thing from Wells, lets just say I don't trust them. Most of the addresses are not there etc... argh. stupid banking system. *burp* had some great vegetable soup tho :) Anyways. Off to watch Ally Mcnekkid err beal. and then back to hacking.

Btw, I agree with uzi that we need a linux cscope type thing. I know there is some similar stuff outthere but as far as I have seen nothing comes close. Maybe we will get this going and get other folks on the train

Seeing how Telsa is pushing everyone to post ;-) This is a tribute to her ;-)

Today was rather boring, I re-orged some of my hardware at home. Made a backup of some important stuf to CD. Went into work, it's sunday afterall.. a workday for the average geek.

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