Archive for February, 2003

closecomments

For later use: closecomments. (thank you, movableblog.)

No Mo’Blogging

Since the AIM Bloggerbot no longer seems to be a viable mobile solution, I’ve had to take the mobile blog down indefinitely till other mobile blogging resources present themselves. David Davies’ Mobile Blogging How-To Guide relies on the ability to send SMTP email to an email-receiving blog app, but I’m not sure how compatible such […]

Gods Dare and Devil Generals

Duane has an excellent (if somewhat Confederate-slanted) review of that new civil war superhero epic, Gods and Generals.

A Neighbor Leaves: The Death of Mr. Rogers

Headline News has been a disheartening read lately, what with war looming on the horizon, parts falling off the Concorde, a vintage space probe losing contact with Earth, and the ISS crew being trimmed down to two. And now, to cap it off, we mourn the passing of a dear neighbor. Ironically, I first learned […]

Hai!

Before Kikko Man, there was Yatta, and before that was Hyakugojyuuichi, and before that was AYBABTU. Am I missing anything?

Snow, snow, snow, snow!

Snow in Baltimore, snow in Washington, snow in Dallas, snow in Jerusalem… Gosh, where’s it not snowing?

Dinc Type!

Nice free fonts. (via Zeldman.)

OS X 10.2.4 and httpd.conf

As detailed on Hivelogic, the software update to Mac OS X 10.2.4 overwrites /etc/conf/httpd.conf, so if you use the OS X Apache installation for local hosting and debugging, you need to restore your Apache configuration from the backup that the update is kind enough to make. For me, this involved pasting my old VirtualHosts into […]

Mom and EDSA

Today isda birthday of my mom. Happy Birthday, Mom! It is also the 17th anniversary of the 1986 EDSA Revolution. To celebrate the original People Power movement which booted Ferdinand Marcos from his oppressive dictatorship, I give you The Wit and Wisdom of Imelda Marcos, the First Lady who had more than a few toys […]

Fog

The steady patter of rain on melting snowdrifts has long since faded; now the city sits shrouded in a dense fog, so thick that even the houses down the street are hidden in tendrils of gray. Having just escaped from the bitter cold outside, it’s a perfect night for sitting by the window, eating cookies, […]