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observations for 2005-11-30

James:

One dumb employee, or a set of stupid support policies, can just ruin your entire day.

Any resemblance to other situations in any way, shape, or form are entirely coincidental…

observations for 2005-11-28

Chris Biagni:

The English language is incapable of expressing how much I loathe Outlook. I’d have to learn Klingon to really get the point across.

TPN Rock on iTunes Music Store.

If the above doesn’t work, try searching for “tpn rock” in the podcast directory.

Updated: Ewan points to the canonical location.

observations for 2005-11-27

Schneier:

It feels both surreal and sickening to have to defend out fundamental freedoms against those who want to stop people from sharing music. How is possible that we can contemplate so much damage to our society simply to protect the business model of a handful of companies.

Charles Miller:

[…] OPML, as specified, is a non-format. It’s the alluring vapor of a specification that isn’t there.

observations for 2005-11-25

Fazal Majid:

The ITU’s institutional bias is towards complex solutions that enshrine the role of legacy telcos, managed scarcity and self-proclaimed intelligent networks that are architected to prevent disruptive change by users on the edge.

observations for 2005-11-24

I made the mothership’s fortune file with the following:

some guy was complaining that we (systems and support) didn’t do anything but always pointed to SOX we told him to shut up and submit a ticket instead

observations for 2005-11-23

This may be the final iteration of the post-observation.pl script – now with plinks and fancy-smanchy CSS styling.

Just a new observation to test appending.

I’ll add a new para just for the fun of it.

And how about some code?

   print FILE $anchor, "\n";
   print FILE join "\n", @input;
   print FILE ' ' . $anchor_link, "\n\n";

There, done.

Today I learnt that it’s always a good idea to include a WHERE clause in an UPDATE.

observations for 2005-11-22

The purple number meme resurfaces. I’ve been thinking about this the last days since I implemented them for this kind of post.

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