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Journal Journal: Nearly Two Years? 10

yikes. so yeah not dead.

just wanted to drop a quick update for folks who never made the "migration" that i've been pretty busy with the music stuff. spent the last year and a half writing and recording (in a proper studio) a record that was just released earlier this month.

it's nothing earth shatteringly new, more instrumental post-rock, but i got more ambient with it (which is really where i'm going musically)

Comment Re:Never made the jump over to Multiply... (Score 1) 5

awesome, yeah i'll have something setup soon about how to "reserve" a copy of the record. i haven't figured that part out yet, but i've gotten 2 or 3 other requests, so i figure i'll work something out. when i do i will make sure to post here.

yeah, i still really like it here in boston, things just didn't work out, too many issues. so we're just trying to figure out what to do next. i've been suffering from major depressive disorder for, well all my life, but for the past year or so its gotten much worse, and now with my diagnosis with asperger's syndrome, hasn't made things and life any easier. that's why all the focus on music. i need *something* to make the days easier to get through, and so far, this seems to help.
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Journal Journal: Multiply Problem? 6

its weird, for some reason, all day today, i haven't been able to log into my multiply account.

i just get this error:

Proxy Error
The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.

The proxy server could not handle the request GET /.

Reason: Could not connect to remote machine: Connection refused

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Journal Journal: This Week and The Multiply 6

with all of the weird craziness of the last few months, working on ol' mitt's web site, i decided i'd take a week off when things got quiet. well, that was this week. i've spent the entire week not at work. oh sure, i checked email and even did some emergency support stuff (last night when the hosting provider decided to change firewall rules and blocked out the entire world).

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Submission Apache losing market share to IIS?

diegocgteleline.es writes: "According to Netcraft February statistics, this month is the first time Apache's market share has been below 60% since Septembre 2002. The graphics show how Apache has been bleeding market share for the last year, right before it almost touched the 70% line. Is Apache losing the lead and the security reputation it has maintained for years, is the Microsoft's "Secure Development Cycle" paying off ?"

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