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Wed Feb 27 2002 19:58:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

Aw yeah, nothin can bring me down!

I ate a quick lunch today and dropped on over to the used record store to browse around and buy a few things. Mostly fills of stuff that I forgot to buy when it was new, etc...

I made the ultimate score tho! I picked up Sonic Youth's "100%" single and opened it up in the store to check out the quality. Not too bad, but what is this...some scribbling on the inside cover. Wouldn't that be cool if it was signed? Nah, it's just some kids scribbling...look, there's some little doodle and I can't make out any letters in this other mess...

Then I look at it again later after I buy it...Hey wait, that's a 'K', and that's a 'G', and that almost looks like a 'Thu' with an 'M' stuck in later...I convinced myself that it's real.

I need an authority on sigs to tell me I snapped pics of the thing here and another one here. Check it out and let me know!

Anyway, it might not be genuine...but I have a sneaking suspicion that it is. I think I'm going to post links to the SY usenet group and see what the experts have to say about this gem!

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Sun Feb 24 2002 21:13:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

The Blubber Box is in full effect. Be scared. Noise like this can hurt! Oh yeah, and if you work for a high-tek company in Portland or Seattle, please hire me. Thanks.

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Sun Feb 10 2002 23:49:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

The ILab has undergone some significant software upgrades...please bear with me if things aren't working 100%. Feel free to let me know if something is hosed. Thanks.

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Tue Feb 05 2002 22:58:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

I've finally taken the time to throw up a page for the triwavepicoswash that I built for my bro and myself. The page includes descriptions, pictures, and even some sound clips. So stop reading this, and check it out already!

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Mon Feb 04 2002 20:14:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

Well, for the time being at least, the ilab web server is back on port 80. I guess that means, at least temporarily, that will work. Same goes for my other virtual hosts (like this one, or this one, or even this little one). Props to Cox to not filtering these ports, if it was intentional! When are they going to realize that small personal web sites don't congest their network and simply facilitate easy communication to friends and family...which is what the service is supposed to do in the first place? Let us [continue to] run our measly little sites dammit! :)

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Mon Feb 04 2002 00:57:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

Well, my triwavepicoswash is complete. I don't have pictures up yet (it's much too late for that now, I promise to do it later), but it's working amazingly. Perhaps I just have really simple tastes in noise, but I could listen to this thing all night. A big props to the guys at commonsound for the specs.

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Fri Feb 01 2002 01:28:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

Well, for the most part it looks like the Cox conversion stuff worked relatively smoothly. I was impatient, so I restarted the interface when I saw the connection drop...and sure enough it came back a little later with a new IP. Unfortunately, I was dumb enough to forget to set permissions on my dynamic DNS update script, so that failed until I ran it manually. Sweet.

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Sun Jan 27 2002 20:42:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

A couple of quick updates. The weblog no longer supports the ascii mode. I hated that thing anyway. It's gone. Buh-bye. I should have all my stuff on ported over from static to dynamic pending the upcoming switchover by cox. I got ddclient installed to hopefully automagically handle the updates. I highly doubt that everything will work on the first DHCP lease renewal (especially since I'm unsure if cox is keeping the cx hostname crapola)...keep your fingers crossed. My email address has changed. I had to update every possible link on all these pages...what fun. Please use as my primary email address for now on. Thanks.

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Wed Jan 23 2002 00:49:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

Well, the ilab server now sports a mighty 128Mb RAM stick. Quite an upgrade from the mere 48Mb before. Thanks to my man nappbread for the donation! Hopefully this will help performance...but it's really too early to tell. Unfortunately, the replacement CDROM drives I tried all flaked out, so I'm still stuck with my crappy Creative drive which doesn't like to eject or mount nicely...although I think I've finally figured out the way to make it work. I'm sure you didn't notice the downtime tonight during the upgrade.

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Tue Jan 22 2002 23:49:00 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)

Bah! Apparently the server clock got hosed during the maintenance. Ignore the wrong time on the last [next?] message. You may now return to your regularly scheduled program (at the correct time slot).