February 5th, 2003

Eyecon

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I'm going to pretend I didn't just see Ghandi and Abraham Lincoln making out on MTV.

Damn CloneHighUSA.

Bed.

P

[UPDATE: Finally got links to see I had SSl. I needed to apt-get the libssl-dev package. Baka... remember, if you have an app, and other programs don't think so, then its obviously the dev packages that you do not have.]
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Burning Man

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Got a new hat.

Bad Peter. I haven't told you that you were allowed to come out yet. Yet here you see b55b55 on your way to hat-shopping, and essentially invite her over for dinner (in actuality, she insisted on making dinner, but that's another story, mostly caused by fed-up-edness with on-campus food).
Bad Peter. You're not allowed to be sociable yet.
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Burning Man

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Oh, by the way, if you use bash (I don't know about anything else), cdargs (search for it on freshmeat), allows you to create bookmarks for joy (in your filetree)

P
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Megaopoly

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Regarding the post limiting being discussed in news:
I agree. LJ is a non-for-profit kind of thing. There are plenty of free users who use the service about 40x harder than I do, and I pay. However, 3 posts/day does seem a bit harsh to me. 4 or 5 is more reasonable. And I'm quite conflicted about the paid user limits. I mean, 20 posts is about 10 more than I could ever *dream* of doing (even with communities and such), but I don't like the idea that I'm getting limited in a service I paid for.

Anyways, back to physics. Oh, and zsparke, where art thou? I thought there was to be physicking. Anyways, I have to get *a*lot* more of this done before tomorrow, since I don't really feel like doing much of any of it between when I get out of modern and the due date at 1700 hrs.

Folding went well. 'Cept that codepoet and faboo both failed to show, or do their assignments. Naughty! Oh, and see if you guys can think of things for the Valentine's Day issue coming up next week.

toodles

PETER
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Megaopoly

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I think its time...

::clicks the gaim-panel icon::
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