You're aware that Iraq didn't attack us, right?
I want to use Colloquy over an SSH socks proxy. (OpenSSH's client can provide a SOCKS4 proxy with the -D option). Mozilla and other programs can already use the proxy without trouble when configured to do so in their own prefs.
mmmmm. My mozilla.org software was a bit out of date.
wget http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/thunderbird/releases/0.3/thunderbird-0.3-macosx.dmg.gz http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firebird/releases/0.7/MozillaFirebird-0.7-mac.dmg.gz http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mozilla/releases/mozilla1.5/mozilla-mac-MachO-1.5.dmg.gz http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/camino/releases/Camino-0.7.dmg.gz
I haven't used a p2p net in quite some time, and I needed to get a song this morning. So I installed gtk-gnutella on my debian box, and am now happily running it over X forwarding to my mac. I have pretty fast DSL, and a lot of music, so I opened a port on my firewall and configured gtk-gnutella to be an "ultra peer", whatever that means. My intent is to share some files while I'm downloading. For some reason, try as I might, I can't seem to do that. I've downloaded about a hundred files now,
Any mac people still read this journal? I've got a question maybe someone can help me with...
Speakeasy.net, the ISP recently referred to as the "world's greatest ISP" on the front of slashdot, is trying to scam people. The new NetShare plan sounds pretty good, from the available information on their public site. Speakeasy has long encouraged people to run free wireless APs, and it shouldn't be surprising that some people are using wireless technology to share DSL costs with their
I saw a billboard for applemusic.com in Emeryville yesterday. (Didn't they agree not to ever do that, back when Apple Records sued them?)
Do you know your war profiteers? No? Maybe a card deck will help.
Entertaining Operation Iraqi Liberation anagrams:
Slashdot almost lets you edit other people's journals! (It doesn't let you save them, but I don't think you should even be able to get far enough to try)
(note: users who aren't logged in won't get it when they click that link)
To iterate is human, to recurse, divine. -- Robert Heller