You know you're a geek when you actually take
the time to verify that yes, in fact, Wed Apr 18 23:25:21
2001 CDT is actually 987654321 in UNIX "seconds-since-epoch"
And don't forget, kids: the billionth second is
only a few months away! (Sat Sep 8 20:46:40 2001 CDT, to be
Ye ghods, I gotta get out more.
I love these guys. ;-) Every time I place an
order, I get free t-shirts, cute little penguin toys, etc.
Mind you, I've ordered 20-something machines
from them in the last 6-8 months, so I'm never too surprised
when our sales rep gives me a call every time I quote
something out. ;-) Question for the crowd: who do you use
(if you're in such a position) for 1U x86 machines? I've
been happy with these guys mainly because I've never
received a dud machine, and their prices are
head-and-shoulders better than my second choice. With the
volume of these things that I have to deal with, building
them myself just isn't an option, unfortunately. Too bad,
too; I just found my dream 1U case.
Mmmm, a quiet server room...
mod_virgule and Advogato
barryp: The RAS complainer was
me. ;-) I agree, it would be nice to be able to go back
farther than just a day or so through the "Recent Diary
Entries" page, but if memory serves about how mod_virgule
stores it's data, I don't think it's a trivial
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