Dec 15
and woodstock is a cannibal.
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Dec 14
Gold has taken a serious hit lately. I really expected it to go to $2000/oz by the end of the year, but it has tanked lately. I have a lot of money in Gold and Silver and am saddened to see it go south like this. Of course, it will go up again early next year.
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Dec 14
My friend and colleague Joe Fitzgerald says... "Rabbit will now properly scale on Windows now that Erlang runs 64-bit on Windows. You could only address ~1.2 GB prior to this release, meaning that the Rabbit high-water mark (after which it would start flushing to disk) was somewhere in the range of 450MB. With this announcement – and the IronFoundry stuff – I think the pieces are finally starting to come together for scalable cross-platform apps." The plan is to release something on IronFoundry soon... http://www.ironfoundry.org http://seroter.wordpress.com/2011/12/13/first-look-deploying-net-web-apps-to-cloud-foundry-via-iron-foundry
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Dec 14
Did you hear a click? ... No! Hmm. Can't seem to properly embed a video in my Blogengine powered website, so click here... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRBcP6MmE8g
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Dec 14
Those of you who see me on a daily basis know this, but I am NOT a runner. My neighbor gets up early every morning and runs; and it pisses me off. What's he running from!? If I wanted to punish myself with pain over an extended period of time I'd ... choose not to. Maybe he's training for a race. Does he not know that the first runner of a marathon, Philippides (My namesake) died immediately? Running is what I do after eating Thai food, and at the end of my run is a toilet. The only reason marathons are still around is so that a thousand white people can chase three black people through the streets of their city, like the "good ol' days". No white person will ever beat a Kenyan. They have been running from things their whole life. "Lio... [More]
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