Brad Fitzpatrick (brad) wrote,
Brad Fitzpatrick

too much, too boring

Dina got me a stuffed animal Rhino. His name is Mr. Rhino and he's cute.

Outside of that, lots going on, but nothing too interesting.

Yesterday, after letting octal borrow my car to get his license, I totally plunged into C#, spending most the day reading and tinkering with my C# reverse proxy load balancer. So much nicer than Java. I was going to write a really long post about all its cool language features (at least opposed to Java because it doesn't have anything actually new), and some of my open questions, but I don't really feel like it.

I have a stack of unopened mail here. Bills... Christmas cards.... I'd opened it all, but I don't really feel like it.

Still can't find my phone. Finally got around to cancelling it, though.

Today I put User Mode Linux on my Debian Stable mail server, running Debian Unstable inside the UML virtual machine (for newest SpamAssassin), but I got it all 90% working and I'm losing interest now. There's very little left: open virtual machine's spamd up, listening on some accessible IP address, some iptables rules, and change real machine's spamc to connect to virtual machine's spamd... and maybe some hostfs stuff so the virtual machine can get at users' spamassasin conf files. *yawn*

I have my Slimp3 Squeezebox sitting here, out of the box, but haven't plugged it in or configured it or installed the server software or anything. Just lost interest.

Having trouble staying interested in anything, actually. Even TV is boring.

I think this is when I should go exercise to make my body wake up and care.

  • Happy Birthday!

    Happy 20th Birthday, LiveJournal! 🐐🎂🎉

  • hi

    Posting from the iPhone app. Maybe I'm unblocked now.

  • Why, hello...

    Long time no see. How's my baby doing?

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