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01/02/1990: "Must... Blog... More... Often"

music: Smashing Pumpkins - Rocket, Verve Pipe - Myself, Three Doors Down - Kryptonite,
mood: Swing Swing

Sorry for the absence. I today reaffirm my goal to post once per Ryan-day, which means at least one post between when I awake in the morning (or occasionally early afternoon) and when I go back to sleep sometime between early evening and early afternoon. Generally, these times are within two hours of 8:00 am and within two hours of midnight.

The news of the day is that the house still isn't wired for gigabit communications, Silverfir.net came back home after an aborted attempt to set it up at my mom's office. She needed an email server, and I thought it was a good chance to get perhaps up to 864kbps upstream for sf.net (if sourceforge will forgive me for borrowing the term). Unfortunately, it was not to be because Qwest's Actiontec DSL modem/routers are basically defective. Bernie, tell me about Blarg's internet-only options, and do they come with their own routers? It would probally turn into a web hosting account too, so its a good business opportunity.

Other recent events that I've neglected blogging about, but I should probably mention:
IS Class of 2004 graduation
TRC elections (Female CEO, Male COO, Female CFO, male CAO)
Microvision work goes well, they seem to want to keep me around
Quarter ended at BCC, got an A- in Diff.Eq. and A's in Photo and Tennis. Maybe I already mentioned that one, I don't know.
Went to Bellingham few Sundays ago with Shai to see Beth and Greg. Had an excellent time. Ate at Lemon Grass, the best Thai food ever. Maybe I already mentioned this one too. Bah.

Current projects:
oasis (old desktop machine, future silverfir.net server) - I want to set up exim, imap, and mysql for virtual domains so I can have lots of "different" mail servers, and that each subdomain can have their "own" emai. I also want to get apache parsing its log files out to the virtual domains. And probally get rid of ftp in favor of scp (per bob's suggestion).

I do wonder what happened to uberbog though.

Also, I still want to change bloggers. And get a better photo management solution. And...

Oh yeah, TRC hack sessions should be starting up soon. I'll let you know about those.



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on Monday, June 21st, Bernie Zimmermann said

All you need to know about Blarg is available on their site at www.blarg.net

The great thing about them is that when you call them up on the phone, you can tell they know what they're talking about, as opposed to when you call someone like Qwest or Comcast.

I highly recommend them.

Also, if you ever decide to host your domain elsewhere, you might consider Hard Hat Hosting (www.hardhathosting.com). When you sign up with them, it feels like you've got your own Red Hat box to work with, and they're just as knowledgable (if not more) as the guys at Blarg.

Anyway, enough sales pitches for today ;)

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