Name: Duane Mohney
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deekayen: It most likely that people do not want to purchase your thunderbird because it's overpriced. I built a 1.2Ghz this weekend for under 900 and it has a warranty where your "used" one does not.

In other news: snow, snow, and more snow expected, so this gives me time to get a good start on my final project for Java. We have to write a program to send mail using javamail. This shouldn't be too bad, though I think that I am going to use AWT instead of swing.

Well, a lot has happened since I last wrote anything here. I broke up with my GF and started enjoying the singleness by going back to school, Only to get a prof that rambles more than he teaches.

On top of that, I decide to start a new "diet", though diet is not the right word. I have lost a total of 6lbs so far, and I feel better than I have felt in years.

I finally convinced my employer to give free software a try in a production environment. I am going to get to deploy Jakarta-Tomcat in our environment after thanksgiving.

Ok, so it is the typical "Ignored the diary for awhile" syndrome again.

Discovered libcurl this weekend and fell in love with it almost immediatly, I don't know how I ever got along without it.

Free Software is so cool.
My boss even understands that, and is allowing me to use libcurl instead of developing it all over again, it is a good thing that libcurl doesn't use the GPL.

I am finished moving into the new apartment, and while I like the apartment, I hate the fact that I needed to move to an area that didn't have DSL or Cable Modems to afford to live.

As for the rest of my life, I get to speak to an interesting pre-IPO networking company this afternoon.

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