I have a new set of tires on my bike, some new bar ends, and cleaned off all the dirt and crap that has been collecting on the chain and wheels over the past year. Gave it a general tune up and still have some work to do on the top chainwheel alignment, but it’s riding pretty sweet now. Plan for this weekend is to find some good trails…
Now this is what I’ve been wating for – a rackmountable Mac OS X server:
While the spec is truly awesome, the key feature for me is to be able to build and deploy my web work as usual on the PowerBook and have it developed and deployed on the same OS, rather than porting it up to Linux or FreeBSD as I currently do. While Apple is clearly targeting this hardware at their core markets, video, graphics, education, and scientific, it does really appeal to me: the Mac-wielding webmaster with a budget. I’m seriously evaluating this as a viable option to my current Linux hosting situation.
More info in this C|Net article.
Looks like Macromedia won their countersuit against Adobe. Adobe’s original suit was frivilous to begin with as it seems half the software industry uses tabbed pallettes of some sort. If you ask me, this bickering seems pointless and only winner is the lawyers…
Check this out: Name that beer bottle
Here is perhaps the longest-overdue headline I’ve ever seen: Taiwanese say it’s time to scrap island’s official name ‘Republic of China’ and replace it with ‘Taiwan’. This link is to Yahoo, but I’ve seen versions of it in the New York Times and the Washington Post.
All I can say is, “it’s about fuckin’ time!” Check the article out. Thousands of people marched in Taipei to demand international recognition and an end to the charade that has been perpetuated for the past 50+ years. For those of you that don’t know what this is all about, check out New Taiwan, Ihla Formosa right now.