I decided to give a friend of mine a domain name for Xmas. Instead of using my normal server provider (pair.net), I decided to try out Google. What a mistake.
For the past two nights, my wife and I have seen a fox in the backyard. He comes between 10:30 pm and 11:00 pm, and he seems to be interested in the birdseed my wife tosses for the birds (I know they like blackberries, but I didn't think they liked sunflower seeds too). I lit him up with a Maglite this evening, and it didn't appear to bother him until I moved from one window to another. Then, he took off over the ridge at the edge of the backyard.
Wish I could see him during the day...
It's time for the annual 'Pixie's New Years Redneck Adventures', 2006 edition.
You may remember fireworks shenanigans last year -- this year we had our explosions just a wee bit early.
In fact, it turns out that I indirectly saved several lives - including my own. I'm really, really happy about that.
Aways a secure product (on a scale of one to Outlook) Pegasus had a faithful following world wide, but a small share, and insufficient funding for it to continue.
From the announcement page at http://pmail.com/ David announces
"It has been a privilege to be of service to the Internet Community for such a long period of time — I am only sorry that I am not able to continue doing so."
Always a class act, Harris gave away Pegasus. If you wanted to help fund the development you could buy manuals. His product did not contain any annoying advertising, and handled Pop and Imap elegantly with a simple clear interface.