Monthly Archives: August 2005

Opera offering free registrations

Today only at http://my.opera.com/community/party/

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I have learned a lot this week

This week I installed Debian on my home machine, and on an old forgotten server at work. I have learned that Linux is indeed powerful. I have learned that if I can master Linux, MySQL, Apache and PHP, I will … Continue reading

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My first LINUX post

After about a week, I finally have Debian Linux up and running on my desktop. It is times like these when I wish I had a Linux nerd buddy 🙂 This post was created entirely in the Linux operating system.

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I always suspected that puppets would be the end of us!

Boing Boing: I feel safer: Homeland Security vs. San Francisco Bay Area Puppeteers Guild I feel better already knowing that I won’t have to worry about those creepy “death to the infidels” cuddly little fellas.

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Flirting with LINUX

Well, I am in the process of downloading Debian Linux, in the hopes of turning my home desktop machine into a Linux Apache PHP MySQL test server. I have just about had it with our library’s ISP QTM.NET and I … Continue reading

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Temporary Outage

They seemed to be having some Database troubles at weblogs.us. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Star Trek Business Cards

via Boing Boing I bet Sean has the entire set 🙂 UPDATE: here are some Star Wars Business Cards. Thanks Boing Boing.

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When does customer service become mutilation of library property?

When libraries automated, and we went away from writing library card numbers on the backs of books, we lost something. In those days, patrons could look and see whether they had read a particular book or not. Many patrons read … Continue reading

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Five Things Librarians Should be Reading

Despite the fact that Michael Gorman says that, “I doubt that many of the Blog People are in the habit of sustained reading of complex texts,” I know that most blogging librarians spend a large portion of their time reading … Continue reading

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That 70’s Guy

Product Image: In Good Company
My rating: 4 out of 5

I was surprised at how much I enjoyed watching tis film. While I have enjoyed many of Dennis Quaid’s works, the last one I watched, The Day After Tommorrow, was less than steller. And his young costar, Topher Grace, until now, was known to me primarily from his

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