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Brad Fitzpatrick

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memcache, squatters, built to spill [May. 30th, 2003|05:54 pm]
Brad Fitzpatrick
Hooray... the memcache daemon is totally working now. Detailed website, API, docs, download, etc. coming in a day or so.

It's mostly done, but I'm going to the Built to Spill concert tonight, and hanging out with Dina a bunch this weekend. (read this comment of hers, btw... funny stuff)

A bunch of Yahoo/AOL lamers have found my development LJ machine and started squatting, making tons of accounts. Very annoying. These idiots can't tell it's not the real LiveJournal.com, despite the URL being totally different and it being slow as ass, being on 384k upstream DSL.

Anyway, off to run, even though it's oddly cold out. I was woken up last night at 4am by a thunderstorm! It's been high 70s and dry the past week. Make up your mind, weather.
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[User Picture]From: dpb
2003-05-30 06:40 pm (UTC)
I went to a Built to Spill concert about 2yrs ago at the EMP in Seattle.

1) They were really old
2) They really sucked

I was told by agenais that, it was a sucky concert for them. If it wasn't for the hot light display where they had their show I would have killed myself.
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[User Picture]From: mart
2003-05-31 01:33 am (UTC)

Most people don't run Apache from inetd! ;p

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[User Picture]From: scsi
2003-05-31 09:13 am (UTC)
What?!? Your telling me that inetd isnt the most efficent super-daemon that linux has?

*ducks* heh..
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From: unsuffer
2003-05-31 11:49 am (UTC)

.htaccess

.htaccess auth would probably take care of this without too much of an issue. why leave open a dev server anyways?
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From: ex_ff928
2003-05-31 11:47 pm (UTC)
Uh... what? You're not talking about ipfw/ipf/pf are you?
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From: ex_ff928
2003-05-31 11:54 pm (UTC)
That's probably because they're linked against libwrap.so. Ignore me, I'm just being a pedant.
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[User Picture]From: ddelapp
2003-05-30 11:34 pm (UTC)
Built to Spill is very high on my "Favorite Bands" list. The one time I saw them was years ago, before I really got into their music, I didn't appreciate what I was experiencing. Where are they playing? How was the show?
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[User Picture]From: chuck
2003-05-31 06:51 pm (UTC)
are you going tonight? I don't remember if I brought it up on wednesday.
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[User Picture]From: ddelapp
2003-05-31 06:55 pm (UTC)

Re:

I didn't even know they were playing! oh no!
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[User Picture]From: chuck
2003-06-01 02:12 am (UTC)
tomorrow and monday shows too. not sure if they are sold out. tonight was pretty good :)
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From: radiogeek
2003-06-01 02:07 pm (UTC)
I was at the Built to Spill concert last night. The whole "two lines for people with and without tickets" was confusing. After 20 minutes of waiting in line, I finally got to the front, I showed my ID, walked in, got my hand stamped, and was in. I stopped and looked where to pay, but there wasn't a booth or anything. I got in for free! Spent $8 of the $15 saved on an over-priced drink. 8)
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