August 25, 2005
At least we weren't losing $2000 a minute while the system was down - I've been there, don't want to repeat it.
On the other hand, to lose $2000 a minute you'd have to have actual revenues in the first place...
One other thing: Trackbacks and searches (the Movable Type search function) are turned off for now. I'll turn them back on in the morning (my morning - about six hours from now) when I'll be around to keep an eye on things. They were using excessive amounts of memory - hundreds of megs - which would be a problem even if the server wasn't all flaky.
I've just taken a full database backup and shipped it off to the backup server just in case.
June 16, 2005
February 01, 2005
Anways, it's always strange to read something you wrote a few years ago.
Take a look. It's pretty bad. But funny nonetheless.
It reminds me of when I was looking at CNET and was reading a story published back in 1996 about this new technology called DVDs, and more importantly DIVX, which was what Circuit City was trying to get as the standard.
It's amazing how technology and time flies.
December 13, 2004
Is it posible to get a sort of automated "Latest headlines" thing featuring all of the Munu blogs? Something like the Headline Animator provided byFeedburner. We could all put in on our frontpages and get the word out about all the other awesome blogs in our community. Anyway, it'd be nice...
P.S. Is it me or does Safari hate these helpful "URL" and "B" buttons on the post entry page?
September 20, 2004
All I can come up with is "Dear Leader."
May 06, 2004
Rachel Lucas is back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
February 23, 2004
How to date and blog (a service from Blogger)
January 12, 2004
The new server is an Athlon XP 2500+ (nearly twice as fast as our existing Celeron). It has a gigabyte of memory (twice as much as the existing box), 240 gigabytes of disk (four times as much) and 500 gigabytes of bandwidth per month (five times as much).
Also, it has Fedora Linux, CPanel, and Fantastico, so lots of cool new toys for you to play with.
I should be getting the keys within 48 hours, after which it will take a week or two to get everything set up over there (depending on how busy I am with other stuff).
September 29, 2003
September 13, 2003
‘Munu’ is one of those special words that was present in many different languages, but meant various things in each. For instance, the Aborigine munu meant ‘one with an ego as big as Ayers rock’. Similarly, in old Saxon, munu meant ‘calf’ – literally ‘cow just born’. Old germanic languages also contained the word munu, which meant ‘lets go west and kick some butt’. This word fell from common usage when the various peoples to the west began surrendering at the first sign of trouble, taking all the fun out of it. Curiously, the only place in oriental cultures where the word munu appears is in an ancient version of today’s Vietnamese language. Apparently munu and its numerous variations were used as village and town names, as well as the names of important physical features such as rivers, mountains and lakes. In each of these cases, the word munu always meant ‘right here’.
Further parts will be posted as people
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