From Jason Yip:
And if anyone wants to buy it at that price (that’s US currency, of course), please feel free to let me know. Contact me before the end of 2005, and I’ll even through in a 10% discount… afterwards, of course, the price may be even higher, as I’m always making new value on the site.
Serious offers only, naturally. No tire kickers.
Actually, I don’t. But I have to ask: if they can make it illegal to circumvent copy protection to do something you could legally do without the copy protection, then why can’t it be illegal to circumvent pop-up blockers?
Hmmm… considering that pop-up blockers are arguably a security feature, could the US DMCA be used here?
Apparently, next Monday will be the worst day of the year. Naturally, that’s the day I start at Wotif
Fortunately, the formula is based on such variables as the weather, and thus it is only the worst day in the Northern hemisphere. *phew*.
About two weeks ago, the server company I go through (iwebserv.com.au) had an “incident”… one of the hard disks on the main server died. This caused an extended outage (almost a week), and a total loss of data. For one reason or another, iwebserv have not been able to resurrect the data on the server yet.
Continue reading “Well, I’m back up… shame the server wasn’t.”
Well, I made myself a blog
I’ve been thinking of doing this for a while, largely as a journalling exercise for myself. I’m not writing for an audience here, so I’m not concerned with what other people think about what I put down here. 🙂
I don’t know if I’ll keep this up; only time will tell. But I know I’ve got a few things to say here.