Throwing a Brick17 Jan 2002
Christopher says "Happy Birthday, Grandma! We would have called today, but Papa was too tired. But we'll call tomorrow!"
I've put Radio back on the shelf, but Eric Soroos explains how to get upstreaming to work with rsync/ssh, or indeed any command line tool (by enabling a backup, then writing a upstream callback that calls the tool). That's a lot simpler than I thought it would be. While he imagines the solution for OS X, I'm sure you could get it to work with cygwin under Windows as well. But I don't have the time to pursue it.
papascott.de: 9/11: A Brick In A Bedsheet. "Visiting the States last month, it was quickly apparent that the effect of 9/11 on ordinary people was much deeper than I had imagined..." This is a long, somewhat personal post where I'm trying to make sense of things. It seems to fit in better at the other site.
I received the following mail from Switzerland:
We are looking for Katja. Could you please tell her to make a phone call to me ore to our mother (We don't have a new adress). Thanks.
I wish you all the best for the new year.
Except that we don't know a Katja, or a Claudia in Switzerland. At least we don't think we do. She might be a spammer trying to confirm my address. If you're reading this, Claudia, and we do truly know you, and you are not a spammer, could you please remind us of who you are? Thanks.