Archive for March, 2003

dogs of war

Thursday, March 20th, 2003

I was watching news report about the early strikes on “targets of military opportunity”. There was nothing else on TV, it was the same thing on all the channels: people talking about war. Anyway, in this one, they showed their camera’s view of the presidential palace in Baghdad. The explosians and anti-aircraft […]

new look!

Tuesday, March 18th, 2003

Here’s the site after YAR. The new link at the top was what brought this all on. I needed to simplify, and make it easier to change later. For example, I renamed the “left” div to “subnav”, so the name works even if it’s not on the left. I fixed the […]

spring break

Monday, March 17th, 2003

Hope everyone enjoyed that break from school. I was at work. It’s a serious shift to realize those breaks - spring, fall, summer, etc. - don’t happen any more. I get the official holidays - Christmas Day, New Year’s, 4th of July, Thanksgiving, you get the idea - but not much more.
This wasn’t […]

Well, hello there!

Monday, March 10th, 2003

Got a phone call Friday night, from Gwen’s parents. They said we would be having some visitors from Ohio the next day. That’s all we knew.
It turns out, they were the visitors. They randomly decided to come visit us. Saturday afternoon, they showed up, and stayed the weekend. They left […]

spam II

Thursday, March 6th, 2003

There’s also the unsubscribe trick that has an error in the removal script, so it really is there, but it’s “temporarily out of service”. Riiiiiiight…..

spam!

Thursday, March 6th, 2003

I tried the “unsubscribe” link at the end of this one spam message. It brought up the usual “enter your email and we’ll remove it” page. I entered it and clicked submit. I got this in return:
There was an error :
This merchant is NOT accepting connections from your class! This attempt has […]

artistic

Wednesday, March 5th, 2003

I’ve been enjoying the dramatic photography at Noah Grey’s site. He’s inspired a few ideas for me. May be difficult, though. Natural-looking landscapes are really hard to make.