Month: February 2003

De-filed

I tried to e-file today, only to find myself waiting for 27 images to load. They didn’t. The largest image was 700×800 pixels in size, and there was no ALT text indicating what each of the images stood for. There was a text-based nav bar, but some links were broken or led to pages with …

Jumbled thoughts

I just spent the last three hours holed up in my studio, running through the side As and Bs of almost all the diskettes I’ve stored my music on. Each disk contains twenty tracks, some good, some bad, many incomplete. I don’t know why I’m writing this down, because it won’t matter to most of …

Finds of the day

Gripe, gripe, gripe. I was able to access my site at work yesterday afternoon, but not at home last night. I suspect a DNS update lag on different networks. Anyway… Out today: Nielsen reiterates on website real estate. The new Movable Type 2.6 should be out anytime this week, if my calculations are correct. Recently …

Microshocked

I was shopping for a new domain name for my good pal Van Heng, when I decided to do a WHOIS on Microsoft. And you won’t believe what the hackers have done to their registry. This is a sample of what was listed on their server WHOIS (with additional insights from me, in brackets): MICROSOFT.COM.Z-IS-THE-BEST-Z.IFUD.COM …