October 1st, 2003

run the fuck away


<a href="http://www.livejournal.com/community/technopaganism/22411.html">Demon, get thee gone</a> from this monitor! To this, all I have to say is whatever works, and it reminds me of the days where I would summon Azathoth into the network so that the printer would break completely enough to warrant someone fixing it. Otherwise, it would remain in a half-functioning state until it broke more naturally.

<a href="http://www.wired.com/news/mp3/0,1285,60650,00.html">Meanwhile, I've always had a soft spot for Public Enemy</a>. Yeah, despite overwhelming peer pressure, I admit there is such a thing as good rap, and Public Enemy is an example of what that's about. I tend not to think of them as rap so much as "ghetto punk". Similar ideas and methods with punk, just a different means of expression.

<blockquote>As an artist representing an 80-year period of black musicianship, I never felt that my copyrights weree protected anyway. I've been spending most of my career ducking lawyers, accountants and business executives.... I trust the consumer more than I trust the people who have been at the helmof these companies.</blockquote> - Chuck D
run the fuck away

That stupid book meme...

If for some reason you haven't seen this already, strike the ones you don't have and replace them:
<lj user="atomox">'s list:
<strike>Douglas Adams</strike>
Orson Scott Card
Arthor C Clarke
John Steakly
Timmothy Zahn
<strike>JRR Tolkien</strike>
Ben Bova
<strike>CS Friedman</strike>
Franz Kafka
<strike>Robert Persig</strike>
Robert Heinlein
<strike>Mary Stewart</strike>
Robert Asprin

William Goldman
Orson Scott Card
Arthur C. Clarke
John Steakly
Timothy Zahn
Peter David
Ben Bova
Harry Harrison
Franz Kafka
Neal Stephenson
Robert Heinlein
Neil Gaiman
Robert Asprin (Bobby Bufferin)

Oh, and for something actually important. I have an interview on the sixteenth. It's for a training gig at Fleet- training people like James (who worked data entry this year) how to work data entry for Fleet. The rules and regs sort of stuff. The bad news? Aside from being a shit-for-brains job, guess what? I wouldn't be able to start earlier than 11/24. Almost _two months_ away.

Still, not gonna look a gift horse in its anus, but damn...
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run the fuck away

On clientage...

Out of all the clients I've tried, Loch Journal has the interface I prefer, but Semagic, which is what I'm using at the moment seems less buggy. That, and in Semagic, I can view and edit the history. I've been flipping back, and for some reason, I thought I started this thing longer ago in events than I had. LochJournal has the features to view and mod history, but it won't work for me. It errors out while downloading posts.

And when I started this thing...
I had a real big facsination with the marquee tag.