Monthly Archives: September 2005
So the whole Debian vs. DCC Alliance thing is confusing enough already, but when the main player is consistently headlined as “Ian Murdock, the founder of Debian and the leader of the DCC Alliance” instead of “Ian Murdock, Chairman and … Continue reading
How on Earth did the Cook Islands decide to use two character second level domains? The mind boggles.
Finally got hold of the wedding photos CD over the weekend – hard to believe it has nearly been five months! Try to find the shots where my face isn’t frozen in the same expression (no, the kissing ones don’t … Continue reading
This week has been a bit of a calamity. More calamity-splat than calamity-jane, though. Big badness and small badness. Highly unexpected big badness hit the Waugh household on Monday – hopefully something we can sort out very quickly, and it … Continue reading
I loved getting my first box of Ubuntu CDs so much, I took product (read: pr0n) shots of them for my blog. But my photos pale in comparison to some of the sexy pr0n shots on flickr. Everybody loves getting … Continue reading
They try very hard to make the extremely hypocritical (“We’ll douse your fucking pyjamas in lighter fluid if you don’t stop violating our trademark!”) sound innocent (“By golly, won’t that be a wee bit confusing!”). Hooray! Jaw-achingly insecure free stuff! … Continue reading
Announcing… the Badger Badger Badger Tour! I will be travelling for a month and a half, criss-crossing the northern hemisphere, to bring the world of Ubuntu to your doorstep. Expect badgers, mushrooms, schnaaaaaakes, an awful lot of Ubuntu CDs, and … Continue reading