I finally got around to clearing out my ‘to blog’ bookmark folder. They’re all added to my del.icio.us account. to see the whole collection: inocuo You can also see the most recent entries in the ‘cool links’ box on the right.
Well, it has been a horrendously busy week at work:
- Monday: The aircon breaks down in the comms room and fries our PABX. Which means no phones, all day. Which means big trouble at a company that deals with the sharemarket. Fixed eventually, but not until after a lot of wailing and gnashing of teeth.
- Tuesday: Two visitors from the Helpdesk in Adelaide. Had heaps to show them, and was flat chat all day organising meetings and so on.
- Wednesday: The Board were in the Sydney Office for a board meeting. This meant waiting around with catlike readiness on the off chance that one of them might want to do something computer related. While waiting, I took one of the Helpdesk people and installed remote management on 25 PCs, at about a half an hour each. Luckily you can do concurrent installs.
But the good news is, Trang and I are going to Port Douglas for a week next week! Excitement, he wrote! All organised and booked in a two hour period yesterday. It’s going to be great!
In site stuff, I’ve added back the PDFs of essays from uni. Standard legal stuff applies – if I find someone claiming credit for my stuff, I chew their kneecaps off.
Well, that didn’t take long. The website was up for a week, and I’ve already had to download a couple of commentspam purging plugins for WordPress… Sucks to be you, stupid free poker site!
I failed my Ps test. Again. I’ve got another one booked soon.
Been to see heaps of exhibitions and concerts lately:
- Harry Connick Jr and the Sydney Symphony: Was very good, if a little bit less symphony-ish than I expected.
- Bugs Bunny on Broadway: Lots of fun, especially if you’re like me and have seen a fair percentage of all the Warner Bros cartoons ever made.
- Eye on Photography: A history of Australian photography. It was kinda cool.
- Egypt Exhibition at the Australian Museum: Awesome. I mean, what else could it be? It had mummies, and mummified heads as well!
- Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2004: Truly an awesome photography exhibit, with some truly amazing photos.
As you can see on the right, I’m playing Eve Online at the moment. It is very good. Think Massively Multiplayer Elite, and you’ve got an idea of where it starts.
Well, here’s inocuo’s new look. There’s a new CMS powering the backend (bye bye, Blogger), which means that there’s still some growing pains to get over. For the moment, no PDF links and no wallpapers, until I can add them in again.
So, do you like the new look? Tell me so in the comments! And tell me if you want a linkup in the ‘Links’ section too.
(oh, and before you mention it, the site doesn’t look nearly as nice in IE as it does in other, actually standards compliant browsers. Microsoft can blow me.)
This post is to test adding custom fields to posts. You can see the results in the ‘Current Stuff’ section on the right.
inocuo.org is moving to a new server over the next few weeks, so there certainly won’t be any posting in that time. Although that’s nothing new at the moment.
With the new server will hopefully come a new CMS and new look. Here’s hoping!
Yes, I know there’s been a big lack of updates here on inocuo. I’ve been finding myself spread a little thin, and inocuo has suffered because of it. So what readers I have left – don’t expect regular updates… ^_^
Anyway, stuff’s been good. Trang and I had a lovely holiday in Byron, Trang’s sister Ly came to visit from America, it was my nephew’s first birthday, and we’re going to visit Helena for the long weekend in Canberra. Should be fun!
Well, today it is seven years since Trang and I started going out. That’s a long time, by any measure, but it certainly has been the time of my life.
Here’s to many more!
Well, it’s Sunday morning of manifest, and it’s all good so far. I don’t have a digital camera with me this year, so I’m hoping to organise with someone to get some photos to put in the gallery.
Well, I’m in Melbourne for Manifest. I’m pretty excited – it should be excellent.
Had a great time last weekend at Keith’s LAN party – although I was a bit twitchy after 8 hours of gaming… Thanks to Keith.