Monthly Archives: June 2000

Happy birthday Martin!

Martin Beckman

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Frontier 6.2

Userland has shipped Frontier 6.2 and I just downloaded and made a fresh installation. Very painless, very smooth… so now I am going to have fun! Frontier was always an amazing piece of software and it’s now even better. I … Continue reading

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Flowers on the balcony

I just noticed that Scott mcCloud (author of Understanding Comics) has a website. Oh, and the flowers… they are beautiful. Aila has turned my balcony into a little garden, just like I said she would. Too bad I still use … Continue reading

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Geeky vacation

I’m drinking one of Aila’s delicious fruit shakes and surfing the hardware sites contemplating my next workstation – which is going to be quiet. After the weekend I will find out exactly how much goodies a custom-built PC can take … Continue reading

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Midsummer in the city

I just slept for two hours, coming home after a long day at sea. Quite a lot of sun out there, but it’s cloudy and grey in the city. Still warm, though, so it’s OK. Me and Aila will meet … Continue reading

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Midnight run

Ah! I’m back. Running again. The hour round midnight is the best! Down by the water, through the parks and up the hill by the the large hospital. And afterwards a slow winddown, all the way down to some really … Continue reading

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The second coming?

David Gelernter has written something sure to be talked about, called The second coming. From the more mundane perspective of a developer, it’s about servers everywhere… a good thing to talk about, because it is happening right now. Dave Winer … Continue reading

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Quest for the quiet PC

I have decided that my next workstation should be very quiet – whatever it costs. This doesn’t seem very excentric or unreasonable to me… but actually finding a good supplier is harder than I thought. Right now I am downloading … Continue reading

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Silence

Blivet notes that Susan (of 2020 Hindsight) is thinking about silent retreats. Right now I am looking at the summer schedule of Plum Village, where I spent some time last year. Every day we got up early, meditated and prepared … Continue reading

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XML backdoor

In a few days I will be able to spend more time writing here. If you are a regular, hang on! I just came back home from another coding-session (an XML-interface for a large object-oriented framework) and missed clicking “Flip … Continue reading

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