So, today I tried rdiff-backup,
and I'm completely blown away. It is the coolest backup
utility I've ever used. Backing up my home directory to a
remote machine is as easy as:
That's it. Please excuse the extranenous newline I can't
figure out how to get rid of in this crappy Galeon
which insists on filling my text for me. Gah.
In another small victory, the Debian boot-floppies build
again. Now all we need to do is get Linux 2.4.18
in the archive, and I think we'll be good to go.
One thing that I love about university life is the
wide variety of things that can happen on campus. Today I
went with SyntaxPolice and others to a
cultural food festival, where for only US$3 I was able to
try food from the Phillipines, Hong Kong, and Iran. There
were lots of other representative countries there, too. My
favorite was this fried bananna sort of thing (I forget what
it was called) from the Phillipines table. Mmmmm.
Tonight I think my means of procrastinating on school
work will be adding an option to Evolution
to prefer plaintext over HTML in multipart/alternative
mails. And probably another option to not render HTML at