Perhaps a refresh is in order. Maybe import a few things from… elsewhere.
And now dyndns.com has suspended free accounts. No more easy to remember domain name to your home server unless you log in every thirty days (and have been grandfathered in to boot). If it were mission-critical to me I’d pay for it, but it’s not, and I won’t.
It does, however, give me the incentive to look into diy alternatives.
While it’s on my mind, this is just a note to say that I’m letting jerrywaller dot com expire. I already have two domain names, and that’s more than enough for me.
Short of deleting and retiring this blog, I’m putting it on an indefinite hiatus. Sure, I like to occasionally talk about things I find interesting, but I’ve concluded over time that I’m more a collector of information than a producer, and a blog isn’t really the most ideal way for me to accomplish this.
I hope the posts here do prove useful to the occasional visitor.
I’d rather my tax dollars go to this than a lot of other things.
is that someone is always left behind. I’m not saying this is a bad thing (*cough* IE6), but there are very real financial and workflow consequences involved.
It’s all a quantum event at the Large Hadron Collider. The Island itself is just a proton. Two head-on soliton collisions at high energy levels created Jacob and the Man in Black. A secondary particle collision between the Jacob-particle and the Ben Linus-particle destroys Jacob. The dark matter (the Man in Black) begins to accumulate gravitons at an exponential rate. Without the balance of the Jacob particle, the MIB quickly becomes a black hole that destroys all life as we know it. The Higgs-Boson particle shows up with an airplane and a six pack of beer, discovering too late that there is no one left to save, let alone prove its existence.