mon 30 apr 01
cnn: now i have to go to germany. i want to fly in a zeppelin.
zdnet: bound to happen. e-sales taxes are coming.
devshed: zend cache review.
the *final* (for now) zope book.
techweb: content under glass.
kuro5hin: do programmers have it all backwards?
9 p.m.: things are working again. galleryseventeen is down until i get ftp working properly. thanx for your patience.
you're watching 'idiot zope driver' in action today, folks.
this is funny. i've got one domain name pointing to *two* zopesites. install siteroot on one, make a mistake ... can't change it because it keeps changing the *other* site ... wha-hooo!
nope. spoke too soon ... whacky. whacky, whacky, whacky. don't have time to debug; back later.
i've got just about everything working on the new server, i think. should be faster. any breakages, email me.
santa fe new mexican: 'low rider' show in española. most never see the streets, because they're too expensive!
changing servers today; be prepared for a bit of the bizarre. you may come here and find it's yesterday, at some point ...
nytimes: gore's silence. probably waiting for the final multiple-news-agency florida recount report ...
nytimes: caucs are the minority in many big cities.
cnn: a collective literary experience. town and schools read the same book.
cnn: u.s. commission on religious freedom lists persecuting countries. i would also be interested in a report on persecuting religions ...
new yorker: 'restoring' a dance work? many times mere words fail to describe things well. i can't quite get the wordsmithing around this subject.
new criterion: perils of designer tribalism.
salon: radio broadcasting. corporate america, looking out for your best interests, again.
nytimes: guggenheim online.
versiontracker: macssh 2.1b5.
internet product watch: fast page 3.0. sounds template-and-macro-ish. just fyi.
lambda news: uniprocessor garbage collection.
'the stupidest zope product ever is released.' i think it sounds cool.
the register: microsoft issues a bounty on the os-less ...
linux net mag looks at seti.
i've had four different calls from recent web-curriculum graduates looking for work. now, i have to ask a question. is 'arrogance' the first and only course taught? none have a reasonable script to recite over the phone, none are well-spoken, none can describe what they do best ... but they *do* want to tell you what you should be doing, and how you should be doing it. no offense to web grads in general; it's just the day, i know. coincidence ...
infoworld: nicholas petreley on running the gamut of web publishing systems. thanks, tj.
i'm not looking, but if you want still-photos of 'lord of the rings', look here.
pgmarket, e-commerce in php.
we're with you, susan.
my layout for the galleries will have to change, for 'tourist' sites. there's too much to tell. probably have to migrate to a two-column format. we'll see.