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Couldn't sleep - Journal of Omnifarious

Jun. 21st, 2002

07:56 am - Couldn't sleep

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I couldn't sleep, so I paid for a membership, then painstakingly crafted a style. I think I'm tired now. Anyway, http://omnifarious.livejournal.com works much faster for accessing my live journal now, and the style is something that I like and reflects my personality.

I think the style could be pretty easily converted to an embeddable version.

I was wanting to work on the General Presence server, but I think I haven't finished thinking about what I want to do there yet, so I went and futzed with something easy instead. :-)

Current Mood: [mood icon] tired
Current Music: Thomas Otten - Ombra Mai Fu


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Date:June 21st, 2002 07:22 am (UTC)

Insomnia - I am truly evil

I have created a monster. Really, though, I like your style. I agree that it suits you. It's really fun to stop at your journal every once in a while and see what you're up to. I wish it were that easy for me to have a client on my computer at work. Although, I've already downloaded one program without permission (because I was absolutely certain it was safe) so I guess I could go for the gold. I should update some public posts myself or people will think I'm hibernating.
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Date:June 21st, 2002 08:46 am (UTC)

Re: Insomnia - I am truly evil


I actually tried to post that at around 6:30, but it refused it saying that they were doing housekeeping and had the records write-locked so they couldn't be updated. I tried for about 10 minutes, then spent 10 minutes writing an emacs macro that would keep on trying to post it every 3 minutes until it succeeded.

It's good to know that someone doesn't mind my constant small rambles into this thing. Maybe I should point my mom here.

If you were willing to install putty at work, which, IMHO, is a very trustworthy program to install, you could log into some Unix/Linux box somewhere and use emacs over an encrypted connection. Your workplace probably isn't so scary a place to be that you think they track your net traffic in detail, but I've worked for one or two who were.

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