Older blog entries for davidl (starting at number 29)

19 Jun 2002 (updated 19 Jun 2002 at 00:22 UTC) »

Goodbye Audiogalaxy. Oh yeah, mega-props to the RIAA for stopping their lunatic shenanigans. I'll be sleeping just a little better tonight knowing I'm safe from their vicious, pirate fangs.

Fixing office-grade coffee, as presented to me by a co-worker earlier this week:

  • 1 packet hot chocolate.
  • 1 packet sugar.
  • 2 creams.
  • Add shite coffee.

Voila!

If George W. Bush starred in a tv police drama, would the show be called W.P.I.?

The Chamber has officially been cancelled. My life, as I once knew it, is now over.
24 Mar 2002 (updated 24 Mar 2002 at 05:02 UTC) »

Ridiculous quote of the day, as seen on MSDN: "Microsoft® DirectX® 8.1 is your backstage pass to multimedia applications that sizzle."

That's bona-fide developer documentation right there folks! I now feel that I should somehow incorporate "backstage pass" and "sizzle" into my own vocabulary.

I'm adding Netscape 4.x to the list of software titles that, for the love of all that is good in this world, simply will not die. This brings the list up to two, the other title being twm.

I mention this as I am currently doing some web design. Unfortunately, too many people still use Netscape 4.x for me simply to ignore it.

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