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@brion Welcome! Come and revel in the larger max character space. Oh, yes and the nice people here. :D

This is an awesome reference for design; which I know sounds weird but it's actually pretty cool.

jtcroofing.co.uk/roof-types/

I've been starting to do the Fit Plus almost day.2 yogas, 1 strength and 1 cardio (normally a run). I love it.

Also, living in PNW, seeing that sunny blue sky on the island run really helps with my mood. Yay virtual environments!

FTW you realize player in can handle psf music files, and now you can listen to your 700mb of Playstation 1 & 2 soundtracks.

It's a good morning.

"The hardest job kids face today is learning good manners without seeing any." - Fred Astaire

@maiki Hey man, you know more about the than I do I haven't connected it to internet or updated it, ever. If I did, would it upgrade it to a slow, unusuable version?

Is it still considered a piece of if it's greater than 1/4 of pie?

I mean, it's less than 1/3; I'm not a monster.

@maiki you asked about linux pain points a while ago.. My biggest currently is PDFs. OSX'es 'preview' app that lets you add signatures, type text into any PDF is really nice.

Any suggestions for one to use in Lubuntu?

The reason I like for is because it is a server project where all the components are just that. It isn't all one big blobby thing with an unusual copyleft license.

The biggest shift I'd like in MUDs is dropping telnet. That is a showstopper for most mudlibs/engines/projects/whatever.

The same way we ought to have BBS/door paradigms over SSH, we ought to revive text exploration with modern technologies. ^_^

Having a baby in the house again reminds me how wonderful asynchronous communication is. @maiki and I have been having a slow conversation, and it's great.

I would prefer to be able to reply right away of course, but I just reply when I can, they reply when they can. It all works out. :)

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"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko