It occurs to me that sometimes it is wise to think backwards. If you've played Kings Quest I, you've found that ability useful, no doubt.
Started yammering at a guy in #java who was trying to tell me that a program I'm writing "won't work". He said this while the log output was scrolling by indicating successes...He started to go on about how I should apply indications of how confident I am that something'll work. I told him, "Never mind your numbers". It's utterly ridiculous that this guy was trying to get me to say "I'm 95% confident that my program works on a computer with a threading capable JVM, assuming no hardware failures, random crashes, constant sufficient power supply, ...". Ended up using TimerTask which seems like a semi-weak way to do things.
That's life I suppose.
Just found this in the log screen: wi9f7bM0PJ. The letters are backwards, case is right, and the numbers are right...odd.
I probably got one of the wires crossed up in the rest of the work.
Work on treasurehunt.mine.nu is coming along nicely. Have a look. You'll never see 10 alphanumeric characters in quite the same way ; )