Q: What did you have for lunch today? A: An Old Rasputin
An interesting discussion on making the Web [more] permanent. Digital-to-physical publishing. Ever since my work with EVIA Digital Archive I’ve been a fan of these sorts of concerns. So much so, I’ve been toying with ideas for making this blog have some degree of resiliency. It has existed in four and a half basic forms…
Archive.org has the entirety of the Apollo 10 mission audio available. I freakin’ love the internet!
I’ve just spent about 90 minutes looking at the HTML5 and CSS3 specs for the first time. Brain asplode! My stories of web development headaches/heartaches from ten to fifteen years ago have to sound like the infirm rantings of an age-ravaged mind to anyone who has picked this stuff up in the last few years.
‘Techxploitation’ or ‘Texploitation’? One is more obvious. The other is more clever.
Lancer fans can be such pussies. Wah wah $TEAM fans are so mean. Blah blah blah. Grow a pair.
How do you run out of disk space without running out of disk space? You run out of inodes What did you learn today?
It’s a perfect storm of sorts. We can’t build anything because the NAS is out of space. Deleting directories on the NAS generates snapshots. Snapshots are stored on the NAS. The more directories that get deleted, the more snapshots are created. So the builds continue to fail. #FML
Watching Vagrant/Chef stand up a Windows box out of thin air is exciting. At least it is the first time around.
If you learn something every day and knowledge is power then your power grows every day. And, yet, I feel ever more powerless.