Tuesday, August 05, 2003


Sometimes I'm cooled out when I see stuff like this:

[takoyaki@retch ct]# tail -n 2 counter.hist (8/5) http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=micah+sittig [takoyaki@retch ct]# traceroute traceroute to (, 30 hops max, 40 byte packets 1 Jorgensen-RSM-43.caltech.edu ( 0.869 ms 0.766 ms 0.748 ms 2 Booth-border.ilan.caltech.edu ( 0.399 ms 0.241 ms 0.238 ms . . . 24 mks-gw.Moscow.gldn.net ( 196.815 ms 197.490 ms 198.734 ms 25 gw-spn-1-atm1-0-4.Msk.mksnet.ru ( 200.623 ms 199.689 ms 198.183 ms . . 28 Ethernet0.GW7.ALA1.nursat.net ( 745.946 ms 759.100 ms 769.776 ms 29 * * * [takoyaki@retch ct]# _

Somebody in Russia loves me!

On another happy note, my sister is taking the whole family out to Disneyland today. Woo!

One more thing: my order of Bags Unlimited Gatefold CD sleeves arrived this afternoon. The model I ordered was the 4 mil. SCDGF4 model. It promised to hold 1 jacketed CD & booklet on one side; tray card in the other side. It turned out just a bit off: about a centimeter of empty space on top, and a milimeter or two too narrow. But with a little refolding it does manage hold the tray card, which was important to me. I got my entire collection transferred to the sleeves: about 155 CDs, probably an underestimate due to Pizzicato Five CDs (too creative with their packaging to put into sleeves), double albums with nice artwork (Smashing Pumpkins, Nine Inch Nails) and book-style CD cases (John Spencer Blues Explosion, the Avalanches). Saved a lot of room, good when you're packing to move to Michigan.


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