On the road.
Starting my vacation.
Radar doesn't seem to like Safari 2. Safari 3 and Firefox are fine, though.
@leebennett There are a variety of solutions, depending on the server setup.
@leebennett The certificate issues I'm referring to are from using a certificate issued to a Web host's domain.
@leebennett Sure, any time. I haven't had problems with sending, but there were a bunch of certificate issues to contend with.
There are some things that I think I know pretty well, until it comes time to edit the article.
@leebennett Of *course*. :-)
To my surprise, IMAP seems to be faster at receiving than POP, even when downloading complete messages.
Received a bounce for an e-mail I sent in 2002.
@retrophisch Nice photo!
Finally adding viewport <meta>'s.
Mail is port-bombing again.
@retrophisch I just got it an hour later, perhaps due to the time zone difference. Of course, I'd already told them to bill electronically.
@retrophisch Yes, it was released in late 2005.
@retrophisch I thought you got that iMac to run Aperture...
@jablair I'm using Mail.
When Safari crashes in Rosetta it relaunches in Intel mode.
The downside of allowing people to order backup CDs after the fact is that some new customers order just the CD.
@particlenparcel Yeah, it's been quite a month.
@particlenparcel Thanks, Wes! Appreciate your getting it in today.
The new Cyndicate is scriptable--cool.
Ran into iPhone no-sound bug again.
Hopefully releasing a new SpamSieve today.
@particlenparcel But for everything else it seems to be fine, so far.
@particlenparcel I haven't decided yet whether to switch my mailing lists account. I'm worried it might be too slow.
@particlenparcel Thanks. :) Nothing, really. I've been meaning to switch for a long time and finally got around to doing it.
Switching to IMAP.
Deleting my last Subversion repository.
@leebennett How long are you on vacation for, anyway?
@leebennett It's like "sigh" except start it with a "ts" sound (like in "pizza").
@retrophisch No worries. The simpler way leads to less confusion, and I often use it myself.
How could she like Xenocide more?
Seth's site is definitely down, but it's not because he's using DreamHost.
Interarchy's Trace Route isn't working. I should have just used "traceroute -I" to begin with.
Answered a tech support question about Claris Emailer, which has been discontinued for nearly 10 years. Still, it's got fans for a reason.
My sites seem to be up more than dreamhoststatus, which is the opposite of how it's supposed to work, but I'm happy.
Now *that's* rain.
Wrote "Git - Compare Revisions" script.
Implementing Python-style string functions in AppleScript.
@leebennett Yes, it's once again promoting those Yankees, and the "iPhone iPhone iPhone" is gone.
Received a press release that begins "Hi Atmp" and that was not sent to the correct address. Not a good way to get coverage.
Regenerating xliff files.
@particlenparcel AppleWorks was misbehaving, and Word is automatically ruled out, so: TextEdit. :-)
@particlenparcel I'm sure InDesign could handle it. :-) My sister's a LaTeXer, but didn't find a style package that she liked for this.
To change the page margins you need to edit the RTF by hand, though.
TextEdit can produce a nice looking resume.
Whoa, major DF redesign.
Plus, it has cheap-looking plastic and is kind of flimsy. Does the version 2 address the ringing problem?
It's rare that I disagree with both Engst and Deatherage, but I just don't think the Tactile Pro is much like the Apple Extended Keyboard.
The interpreted language analog to today's xkcd is "Running unit tests."
Got another crash report with atsServerDied().
Found cause of weird crashes in AppKit: using "continue" inside of NS_DURING block. Oops.
(Or, rather, they mostly used it for return addresses when spamming other people.)
Overnight the spammers discovered one of my domains and sent 1,200 messages to an account that previously got almost none.
Updated ATPM comments ban.
My Tiger uptimes are worse than on just about any OS since sleep was invented.
I reset the font cache, restarted, and not two hours later it's messed up again.
I keep thinking that I'll save time by writing a short post, and then I end up having to spell everything out in the comments.
And for Twitterific to be out of date or get stuck with time-out errors? It's like they copied Mail's error handling. Why no Growl?
OK, I'm new at this. Is it normal for the Twitter Web site to frequently be slow or not work at all?
Updated MagSafe Adapters review.
That Adams&Madison book time was off by almost 50%. The early start wasn't early enough, and we used the Petzel to see the last half hour.
Leaving for Mt. Adams.
Archiving 17,595 spams.
I made the same mistake a few days ago with the Try button.
Clicked on Buy in the iWork launch dialog and nothing happened. You have to click on the certificate.
Yep, now it works.
To tweet using Twitterific you apparently have to have tweeted before.