well actually – the afternoon.
I’ve spent most of the day running around doing things to get ready (picking up tuxes, making sure everyone got to the rehearsal, etc.) We had the rehearsal and the dinner, and I’m still pretty calm. I don’t think I’m going to get nervous tomorrow – everything just feels right.
It still seems like things haven’t really sunk in yet. While I was standing in my place going over the pieces of the ceremony with the minister, Jenny, the groomsmen, the bridesmaids, our parents, and our readers – I still felt like I was just a stand-in for someone else. Tomorrow will be a different story, I’m sure.
I’m at my future in-laws’ house right now writing this, and then I’m going to go hang out with some friends, before getting a good night’s sleep so I’m bright-eyed and bushy-tailed come tomorrow.
Anyway – I will not be blogging for a couple of weeks, since I will not be around and computers once we leave on our honeymoon. So have a blast, and I’ll see you all (err.. read your blogs/comments) when I get back in September.
goes to lurk on some of the other blogs before he actually signs off…
I just downloaded and burned a copy of Knoppix.
Basically it’s a version of linux desiged to be run off of a CD – no installation needed.
I’m now running a KDE desktop and writing this entry from within Konqueror. When I’m done, I just shut down, pop out the CD and boot back into Windows.
I finally have a good reason to shop at ThinkGeek: All of my groomsmen are geeks.
Now, if I can only find a way to sneak soething for myself into this order…
CNET News.com – Russia accuses FBI agent of hacking: “A G-man who nabbed two Russian hackers in a sting operation is charged by Russia with downloading evidence from a server without authorization.”
I’m glad Russia is doing this. The agent in charge of the investigation should have gotten a warrant to seize that evidence. You know, that whole “due process of law” thing. What I think is really ironic is that the agents just recieved awards for thier actions related to the case.
“Don’t hack us, or we’ll hack you to prove that you hacked us and then we can arrest you– and it’s okay since we’re the government…”
Would someone like to tell me who thought it would be a good idea to have the close tab button in Mozilla actually close the tab bar when I have only one tab open AND I have a preference set to always show the tab bar?!
I’d file a bug on it, but a search of bugzilla reveals that this issue is already being discussed. I really hope they change this new behavior. That button should be disabled when there’s only one tab open. (Especially if I’ve set the preferrence to always show my tab bar.) You want to hide the tab bar? Use the View > Show/Hide > Tab Bar menu option.
It seems others agree with me. That makes me feel better, (as does this little rant.)
Sorry – just felt like bitching. Other than that, I’m liking Moz 1.1b
Edit: Mi no speel gud.
Edited on Aug 16th 2002, 23:18 by Hooloovoo
from this website (and you thought my cats page was bad…)
So I was looking at some different Mozilla resources today when I came across this little gem.
When I took a look at the “registration” page, I thought of Gossip.
realizes that last statement could be misinterpreted – but doesn’t really care. It’s funnier this way.
This [Link] is another one of those personality tests.
In bars frequented by colossal death robots, you’re always the quiet guy at the back who no-one ever bothers. And for good reason. You’ve fought in several nuclear wars, could beat the sun in a staring match, and have a chin larger than many articles of furniture. Morals are not a concept you understand, but strangely enough, nobody ever questions your judgement. Usually because they’re dead. Even Judge Dredd wets himself when you turn up. Grrrr.
Maybe I’m just in a bad mood.
So like, Tycho just wrote about a new toy he wants. I agree. I want one of these too.
I was just peeking at the member list.
Who is 1-of-5?