It looks like Zane finally got his archives links working.
And, in fact, Kinman, JP, and I have been working on a T-Shirt version of Zane’s biography. We can’t say much now — as contracts are pending — but the title will be “World’s Best Programmer.”
I was kidding about the contracts. There really are none.
My new motto: “I am no longer responsible. For anything.”
I’d go to a local coffee place if there was one within walking distance from work, but there’s not, so I go over to the Starbuck’s in the Randall’s across the way from time-to-time.
Yesterday, I had an Egg Nogg Latté: it was quite good. Kind of like warm egg nogg without the rum or whisky.
Today, I drinking a Gingerbread Latté: it’s kind of good. Oddly, it tastes just like you’d expect really cheap ginger-bread cookies to taste like. You know, you could get good, fluffy and soft ginger-bread cookies, or you could get a box of ginger-bread cookies. This Latté tasts much like the second. But, in that respect, it’s kind of fun.
- Submit a master’s thesis or disertation to UT as they require you to buy an MS-Word template.
- Watch shows with cliff-hangers.
Matt Ray Responds:
mraytheloc: That was pretty fast with the blog update.
bushwald: They call me “Sir Speedy.”
bushwald: I must confess.
bushwald: They do not call me “Sir Speedy.”
bushwald: I made that up.
mraytheloc: You’ve shattered my carefully constructed image of you as “Sir Speedy”. More like “Knave Quickly”
“First, they admit that there are somewhere in the vicinity of 125 variables which go into each page’s rank. Yes that’s astounding.”
Of interest is that the words inside a link seem to matter quite a bit in your page rank.
Computers are stupid. We have to do all the thinking for them.
That small fact drives me fucking nuts.
. . .
In other news, America Undercover is about The Bunny Ranch tonight. As I remember, Insomniac had a little jaunt out there last season. Good Lord, there’s a mother taking her son the whore-house. HBO: “not just television.”
“Toilet paper is the one thing that you can buy in huge quantity that won’t go stale but you know you’ll always need and use.”