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I now can get virgin radio broadcasts on my cell phone, streamed live from the internet. fucking nifty. technology rocks.

i installed subversion at work. it will make my life extremely easier.

I'm probably going to be getting dedicated hosting sometime in the next week. If you are interested in throwing in $10 or so a month for hosting, with me doing whatever setup of any tools you might need (gallery, weblog, mail, whatever), let me know, and we can talk about it. (The Pound -> Dollar rate is good these days.)

New furniture tomorrow. Also, Sarah+Scott, although Scott has to go to work for part of the day.

Jess sick. Me sleepy. Don't want to be sleepy, but I am.

Have been wearing contacts: put them in for meeting monday, then promptly lost my glasses. Still hurts my eyes after a while. Drove home from Nashua tonight slightly bleary eyed.

Are you slightly toasted? Cause I'm not.

I will be 21 in 2 weeks+2 hours.

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What kinda hosting we talking about?

Looking at a 1.6 Ghz celeron, 512 meg of ram, 80 gig disk, 10Mbps connection to the web with up to a 1250 Gig/traffic a month. Working off Linux, and I'm willing to install anything that your little heart desires, so long as it runs under Linux.

Total cost for the server is $65/month, and I'm looking to pick up a couple people to toss a little bit towards that to cut my capital costs a bit.

Well, curiously enough, I've been looking at doing something similar recently. Biggest reason is that my friend asked me to make him a web site for a web comic he's been designing. He intends to put it up on some free web space somewhere, which kinda hinders what I can do with it. Right now, it's basically a python script that spits out a bunch of html files, and keeps track of things in an xml database. It'd be neat if I could do it with something like rails.

My only real difficulty was the fact that decently powered machines are a bit out of my price range. I've been looking at various UML hosts, as they seem to have decent prices.

I have free web space and mail service from a friend as it is, but he's doing it for free and I'm always a bit loathe to ask him for more. Things like installing fcgi and ruby/rails, etc, or doing more than just forwarding my mail.

Looks like we're in the same boat.

I still have 6 months left on my plan with E-Starr, so maybe if you're still doing it later?

2 weeks+2 hours is now <2 weeks!

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