Archive for August, 2004

You can now (actually, since August 24) get Opera 7.60 Preview 1 for Windows. Cool new features: something called Medium-Screen Rendering that “reformats pages so they fit better on smaller screens”, and speech-enabled browsing via XHTML+Voice 1.2!

OK I got Postfix and courier-imap up and running now. Plus, switching to a 2.6 kernel was as simple as changing it in the web-based Linode Platform manager and rebooting. Just select a few things and click a few form buttons. Very nice. The migration to the new server didn’t go quite as smoothly as […]

How to fold a shirt. Watch the video. I need to learn how to do this.

Some notes to myself on setting up AWStats on a Gentoo box. First, emerge the awstats package. I added the “vhosts” USE flag because it’s listed as a USE flag that awstats reads, and I need support for virtual hosts (although I don’t know for sure what it does – I reckon it has something […]

Gabe Newell, head of Valve Software, posts that Half-Life 2 is going gold on Monday, as GameSpot reports. We could see HL2 on shelves in a week!