Version 3.0 of my website has almost been completely updated as far as theme and style and all of that good stuff. The only issue has been with transparent PNGs - some browsers don't support them. Now, what I need to work on is content: Gimp, UNIX, C++, TI Calculators, and the like.
I did all of the graphics with, of course, the GIMP. They are all Logo Script-Fu, with the exception of the background, which was just a flat blue tile put through GIMPressionist. The GIMP is just amazing. The people at Fink had better hurry on porting 1.2.3
sudo rm -rf ~
At least I have a (five-month-old) backup
WHEN YOU RECEIVE THIS LETTER, YOU'RE REQUESTED TO SEND IT TO AT LEAST 10 PEOPLE, INCLUDING THE PERSON WHO SENT IT TO YOU.
So, now they want you to not only send this stuff to others, but send it back on down the line? The message will travel back to the sender, who will probably send it back to where it came from, back to you again, and so on. Can anyone say chain mail? Jeez. That bugs the heck out of me.
...went down in Queens @ about 9:45 this morning. It had better be an accident (but how likely is that?). It didn't actually hit any tall buildings or anything, but that could be passenger bravery again. We'll just have to wait and see, I guess.
I got X Windows running with Enlightenment and GNOME today. It looks neat, but not as good as Mac OS X's Aqua interface. Of course, there isn't an OS X version of The GIMP that I know of, and Adobe hasn't released an OS X-compatible version of Photoshop yet.