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That’s an article a friend of mine wrote after a debate with me and my room mate.
In describing ourselves, we compare ourselves with an ‘asterisk’. Each one of us is characteristically at one vertex of the asterisk. In other words, we’re not birds of a feather, but we have somehow managed to flock together.
There’s an introvert, an extrovert, and someone in-between; there’s a pessimist, an optimist, and a skeptic. One is hyperactive, one is indecisive, one is often on point etc…
The point is, this comes from differing points of view, and while it ultimately reflects optimism, it argues that a positive outlook is necessary for a brighter future.
fortune: Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday.
I observed today that rsync is a wonderful protocol. I wish it becomes
more and more pervasive.
fortune: Ah, my friends, from the prison, they ask unto me, "How good,
how good does it feel to be free?" And I answer them most mysteriously:
"Are birds free from the chains of the sky-way?" — Bob Dylan
I've got a Nokia 3250, it's supposed to be a smart phone, but
apparently, it's not smart enough to know that the text I am trying to
send contains no text, and thus, I might have pushed the send button by
np: Lugradio, Episode 1, Season 5
I decided to take a peek at http://library.gnome.org/ today. Funny thing
I always thought "library" as a reference to the libraries "*.so" that
make up GNOME. I only just realised it was meant to be an actual
"Library" as in "Bibliotheque".
np: calm like a bomb – Rage Against the Machine
whew! I’m back at layer3 now, after a one-month break. as usual, lots of new challenges await me.
i’m running ubuntu dapper (6.06) now, debian unstable was a wonderful experience, but can be quite disabling for a semi-skilled one such as me, since i was running it on my main machine.