>cats.. are they really worth it?
so ive got this cat, buster. hes real cute. a little bit of a drooling problem, but overall a good cat. for the past couple months ive had to chace him down from the top of my satellite receiver. it emits a lot of heat, so i guess he likes the warmth. whatev, the point is he is not supposed to be up there.
this afternoon my roommate tells me he went into the living room to find the satellite receiver knocked to the ground, and a nice pile of cat vomit on the audio receiver and more on the floor.
wtf. im really starting to question whether they are worth it. seriously. just damn.
>terribly disturbing if you ask me… [read this article]. i dont even know what else to say about this. just damn.
>for those interested, tvtorrents has moved again — this time to [tvtorrents.ws]. There is an updated RSS config file available on the [tvtad] web site for those wanting the auto-download option.
another alternative site for episodes that has been pretty reliable is [tv-swarm.com].
>well, this is neat. for those of you with sites with tons of big videos or images, this might help to keep your bandwidth usage down (if its an issue with your provider)…
[ coral cdn ]
basically its like akamai.. only free. a set of distributed servers that provide a cache of images, videos, etc… any files you want. this ensures that you only have to serve out a single copy of the file. even if your site goes down, i believe the cache servers will still serve the files until such a time that there are not really any requests for the files for a while and the content gets purged. im not sure how long this time period is, but im sure its based on how much space the cache servers have, with the oldest/least requested content being purged first. once it is gone from all the cache servers, then it would be gone and they would need to request from the source server again, but as long as at least one server has it cached, it should not go back to the source server again.
well, those of you who have talked to me recently know that from time to time i have a problem with my cellphone. just got a sony ericcson t610 recently so i could have a bluetooth connection for the pda, but unfortunately at my house and a few other places the reception is bad.
fortunately, i now know why. this phone is not a cingular phone, it’s tmobile phone. it really should not matter since its a gsm phone, you just swap out the sim card. heres what does matter. there are two seperate groups of frequencies used by gsm carries. tmobile and cingular are actually using different frequency sets. as a result, this phone does not support the 900mhz connection and cingular does. that means all other phones that are designed with the 900mhz support will work at my house. this one will not.
i talked with the guy from ebay that i bought the phone from, and sells the exact same phone but with the proper support for cingulars frequencies, labeled the t616. hes going to just swap it out for me for no charge.
happy happy joy joy.
oh my goodness. is this not the most precious little thing you’ve ever seen? ok, well, other than kylie? i think i want one. your thoughts? [ more info ]
went with some friends to see [ Elektra ] last night. overall, i thought it was a great movie. not everyone will like it of course, but it fits a genre, and if you are into that genre then you should like the movie. i was quite pleased.
*** disclaimer ***
my opinion was of course influenced by the fact that [ jennifer garner ] is [ very hot ] in that little red outfit.
>In other news, a day after the notorious Sandman became one of the elderly, Miller reached another anniversary date in the mortal aging process…
…oh, and eat more chiken.
>Just a quick shout out to wish Sandman a Happy Birthday! *cough*he’s 30!!!*cough*