I was discussing with Nuno how he uses iTunes, and I was amazed that he likes party shuffle… I don’t use party shuffle, too lazy to pick songs and stuff. So I have a special playlist, a smart one, that I use. This playlist assures me a continuous stream of music with 3.5 days turn around time (assumes you are listening to itunes 24 hours a day, of course, so it’s more like 10 days).
Finalmente! Sim, eu sei que vinha um cliente de linha de comando com o bittorrent orignal, mas nunca o consegui por a funcionar… Vou por isto a bombar e dou noticias.
I’m a proud owner of a Clie NZ-90 (the monster!), but it seems that it will be my last Clie. I think I understand why they are doing this. When I first heard about Clie, they where very advanced in comparison with Palm and Handspring offers, but now, the Palm T3 and others are getting there. I don’t know the entire Clie line. There are some models that don’t have a replacement right now (mine for example), but those are niche markets.
I use a Logitech wireless desktop everywhere. I like the keyboard feel very much. It’s not as good as the old PS2 IBM keyboard (BTW, if you have one of those for sale, let me know :) ), but it’s better than most. I use it with my Powerbook for two years now, and I always had this glitch with the CTRL key and a specific key combination. I use the portuguese layout, by the way.
The python folks had for sometime this tool that would convert the locally installed documentation into HTML and give you a small HTTP server to publish it. Can’t remember the name, though. Perl folks didn’t. Until today. TorgoX has been working on that, and today he upload Pod::Webserver to CPAN. You need a very recent version of Pod::Simple (I had to force an update on my local CPAN mirror), but apart from that, works great!
Nuno had a problem with ecto because he was using a older version of MovableType. The latest release, 1.1.6, fixes that, so all of you using Macs out there, and need/want a blogging tool, my recommendation is ecto. Works great.
Some people are never happy… Lets see what we can about this. First, arch repositories will be online tomorrow for Kiwi (very alpha stuff), and others (SAF and Apache::WAF). Second, moblogging seems nice, but does anybody knows what a moblogging app should do? What kind of protections you expect it to have? If someone cares to write a spec of the ultimate moblogging app, send me a trackback to this entry, please.
This IE6 bug is very bad. Very very bad. We do some SSL stuff at work, so it’s time to update the Apache configuration. Got to love Microsoft. Thanks, grantm.
alias bi=vim alias bim=vim
cfengine is a great tool to manage servers. I’m starting to use it with my personal servers and at work. O’Reilly ONLamp.com site has two articles on it. The last one shows a very nice setup for starting your own config: Distributed Cfengine by Luke A. Kanies -- Automation is the most important skill an administrator can develop. Cfengine is great at automation and even supports distributed automation. Luke A. Kanies demonstrates how to distribute Cfengine rules to multiple machines.