Monthly Archives April 2003


So I’ve started spending some time helping out with LiveJournal support, and as of last night, I’ve started to get some points! Boy, can the support thing ever get addictive — it’s a good thing this was a long weekend, as I had one of those moments where you look at the clock and see […]


Ok, so a while ago Pepsi thought “Hey, we should put lemon in our cola.” And thus was born Pepsi Twist, which is quite good. And then someone at Coke thought “hey, we should put vanilla in our cola.” And thus was born Vanilla Coke, which is quite good. And then someone at Pepsi thought […]

The weird thing

The mendelcam is no longer. Being watched all the time was just a little too weird.

if that is the case,

I would like to take this moment to point out to my dedicated readers that Cat Power’s You Are Free is the perfect record to listen to at 1:30 in the morning on a cold, rainy night.

Cargo-cult trivia!

A mini scavenger hunt for the unixheads out there: Dagbrown and I were just talking on #unix about the correct way to invoke procmail. According to the procmail manpage, the correct way to invoke procmail is something like this: “|IFS=’ ‘ && exec /usr/bin/procmail -f- || exit 75 #wlonkly” Dave rightly noted: <dagbrown> It’s some […]

name that tune

I heard a song on our local alt-rock radio station about two months ago, and then again a week or so ago. It’s a really stupid song, but it’s also a really catchy song, but I’ve never been able to catch the title or the artist — not that the station would announce those anyhow. […]


Sorry about the testgasm, folks. Had a bit of trouble getting in to delete them once they started showing up.

Too little, too late.