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Name: Philip Reynolds
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26 years old, working for an hosting provider in Dublin, Ireland called Digiweb.

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I had a Computer Architecture Exam this morning in DCU. It wasn't too bad, hopefully passed it.

Got some time in the evening after back from the bar to do some more work on the Disuserment program, for which I have not yet got a name for. Unforunately I do believe in writing the application before naming it, not the other way around ;)

Falling asleep here again, because I was up all night studying for the exam. 1 hours sleep is not good kids!

Started work on a disuserment program (working as an admin in a college network, they occur more often than one would like). Got the basics working, it's more for a bit of fun and learning practise than anything else. Should be ok. At the moment it's Linux only, unfortunately that doesn't help me much considering we run FreeBSD in college. Gonna make an autoconf script... honest =)


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