In this russian site, you can see how they got my post about the Santa Fe python event. And apparently what impressed them is the thing about the fish and the beer.См. вас там!
I have switched the RSS feeds to feedburner.
Why? Because I don't want people to ever lose my page again if I switch hostings :-(
My old page at pycs.net is still there, abandoned. I can't update it, I can't delete it... it's very sad, because they gave me great service for several years.
Of course it may cause the classic "planet thinks everything is new" but no other RSS reader did it, I swear I tested several!
As a bonus, I get traffic analysis of the RSS subscribers, which I never had.
I do some strange stuff. I read bout world cup matches on the newspapers of the other country. I read travelogues about the city I live in.
And that, gave me this.
Today, a new version of XView was released.
You know... openlook?
And the FAQs include things like this:
Q: The second ttysw in my program doesn't work
A: XView only supports one ttysw per program!
Just because I am a shameless nerd, here is, in all it's geekitude, my 2002 essay about hacking and Lord Of The Rings, rescued from its deserved obscurity for a few minutes, with some extra footnotes...