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Isn't that good? A lot cheaper, I'd say.
I watched Riki-Oh for the first time the other night...For those of you who haven't seen it, imagine a kung-fu Plan 9, made in Hong Kong with the WORST DUBBING IMAGINABLE."Ricky, I am your uncle. I have secretly been watching you for 8 years. Do you still have your superhuman strength?""SURE DO!"
@Kiey: Those files are probably still recoverable.Also: BACK THAT SHIT UP!!
@Kiey: Those files are probably still recoverable.Also: BACK THAT SHIT UP!!I thought I had, but then when I went to find them where I thought they were they weren't there. I think I just need to start saving all my writing on Google Docs in addition to normal saving.
Turn on revision tracking and set up a batch script to run on an interval that duplicates your documents. On my laptop I use a little program I knocked together in VB.NET that watches the My Documents folder on my computer for Word temp files. When it sees one, it copies it to an archive folder and starts a file watcher to check for changes. When the temp file changes, it copies a new temp file and increments the old one, like log files in Linux. Once the temp file disappears when I close Word, the watcher realizes that I'm done, turfs all but the last n iterations, and copies over the actual saved file itself. This way, even if I accidentally delete some or all of the document, I've got spares.EDIT: If you want a copy, I'll gladly share. I don't have a license on the code yet; I'll slap some Creative Commons on that business.
Can I use a Creative Commons license for software?We do not recommend it. Creative Commons licenses should not be used for software. We strongly encourage you to use one of the very good software licenses which are already available. We recommend considering licenses made available by the Free Software Foundation or listed at the Open Source Initiative. Unlike our licenses, which do not make mention of source or object code, these existing licenses were designed specifically for use with software.
I'd like a copy, but as the CC FAQ suggests, you shouldn't license it under the Creative Commons license. What I'd do is retain full copyright and post just post a link.
Farewell Circuit City I hardly knew you.
Farewell Circuit City I hardly knew you.Circuit City deserves to fail. Their prices are 20- to 30-percent higher than comparable electronics retailers, and their selection is donkey balls.
Carrying all the equipment is a bitch in itself, but then not getting to play on it is even worse.
Saw this on the way to work today:
Last night, I somehow strained a muscle in my upper back or pinched a nerve. I don't know what it is, but it just hurts to do anything.
unauthorized "parody" of Cooking Mama
unauthorized "parody" of Cooking MamaParodies are protected under fair use.
Figured I'd share this atrocity somewhere:PETA made an unauthorized "parody" of Cooking Mama. When you pluck the turkey within the allotted time, she'll say, "MEANER THAN MAMA!" Play it now while you still can, they're going to get slapped with a cease and desist from Nintendo in 3... 2...
I've begun to hate my life evenmore.