Archive for June, 2003

spam IV

Monday, June 30th, 2003

Filters don’t work. IP blocking doesn’t work. As soon as something gets stopped, like blocking messages with a certain subject, they start putting random things in there instead. How many emails have you received that have the subject “thanks for last night” or “I missed your call” or something like that. […]

spam III

Saturday, June 21st, 2003

Excellent set of articles here about spam. It’s a huge problem, and it’s likely to only get worse. I do wish to have something change about it, but I’m not sure what. When people start talking about “do not spam” lists, or requiring email accounts to be traceable to the people who […]

Well there’s floodin’ down in Texas

Monday, June 16th, 2003

Music: Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Texas Flood
I came to work this morning to find the floor wet. Not just a little damp, but really WET. Squishy noises when you walk wet. Smelly from the dirty carpet that needs a shampoo wet. It was seriously wet.
I went up on the roof to check […]


Friday, June 13th, 2003

I’ll be done at this current job in a week. I’ve been at Leisure Host for a year now. That’s the longest I’ve had any job. I’ve been everthing from IT manager to construction crew to secretary here. Mainly, it’s been IT, network support and fixing computers when they mess up […]


Monday, June 2nd, 2003

I have been taking a lot of time to learn Java. I’ve heard a lot of positive and a lot of negative press about it. It seems that most of the negative comes from those who haven’t used it much. I’m not sure about it myself yet, but it’s growing on me. […]