It ends tonight. It ends tonight. See this Slashdot article for trailer downloads (or thematrix.com). I love these movies.
Monthly Archives: September 2003
I updated my Cygiwn installation last night and noticed that I now have gcj, the “ahead-of-time compiler for the Java language”.
To start with, Thunderbird/Mozilla is pretty cool because it really understands the text/plain; format=flowed content type. This means that you type paragraphs as one big line but the email gets sent with paragraphs wrapped at (something like) 72 characters. And then when you view it again, the line wrapping gets removed and paragraphs flow depending [...]
I discovered catalogs.google.com. It looks like Google have scanned in, OCR-ed, then indexed whole stacks of printed product catalogs. For example, a search for CPU cooler produces little JPEG extracts from printed catalogs, with the search terms highlighted in the JPEG I don’t think I will ever ceased to be amazed, pleased, and tickled-pink about [...]
I replied to a post on the CJUG mailing list today. Ching was asking whether he should be bothered to get any of the Sun Java certifications. My comments: