March 5th, 2006
You need The Mark Of The Beast to order one.
You don't. A random hotmail account, "inaccurate" name, and the address of your workplace/worst enemy/&c. need it.
Not, of course, that I'd stoop to such levels... 8)
The mark of the neighbour of the beast is bad enough!
Did I *need* another pen drive? No, I have 2 already, one is 256 megs and one is 1 gig.
But I must have one.
thanks for sharing!
|Date:||March 6th, 2006 09:13 pm (UTC)|| |
Shoulda known you'd go right for the Microsoft propaganda ; )
Say -- it's been decided that you work too hard. You ought to come to game night
|Date:||March 7th, 2006 03:45 am (UTC)|| |
you know, I get closer to being able to do without Windoze every year - once we switch over to Perforce at work (from VSS) and I can get some time to find a good tool for managing SQL server in Unix, I may try to take the plunge.
But, basically I figure, I can get the pen drive, and install the unix versions of apache/tomcat/java on it, and have that as my "default unix install" to copy onto our new servers - rather than having to keep the tar file somewhere accessible :)
Why yes, we did buy 6 new servers, and we're installing 6 copies of Apache, 6 copies of java and 42 copies of tomcat this week!
I had totally planned on coming to game night this week - only it looks like Wednesday is the day we're going over the hill to install the servers into the cage at the colo, and of course, the company will pay for dinner, so we're gonna find a nice restaurant in san jose and charge the company :)
But next week, I swear!
And I totally agree - I do work too hard :)
|Date:||March 7th, 2006 05:55 pm (UTC)|| |
Well, if you wanted REALLY good pizza
Bonus -- that'd mean having your default unix install...on a Microsoft pen drive 8) Rock on!
Nice meeting you last night. We'll see you next week. And we'll hold the customer hostage if need be ; )