the automatic web log
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* <-- pretty sure that's a weed, but never mind
* <-- it all makes sense now
* <-- here you go, a dose of Leica T product porn from somoene competent
* <-- don't worry guys, I've got this.
* <-- "if you're buying into this level of Nikon DSLR, please do yourself a favor and buy the 35mm f/1.8G DX lens, too. That modest-cost lens does show off what the 24mp sensors Nikon is using can achieve. "
* <-- Screwtape
* <-- wearables, of course
* <-- battery finished charging, so I went out and snapped a few tests
* <-- Randall, July, 1995
* <-- love the sin, hate the sinner
* <-- it's about time
* <-- less pixellated
* <-- I think this disk was used with a Linux machine, but it doesn't auto-mount under OS X (or debian). Anyone have any tips for how to see if there's recoverable data on it before I put it back in the box in the closet?
* <-- "Locker Room is a shared lock manager that uses MongoDB to store the locks. This makes it possible for resources on a network to share the same locks."
* <-- our lives are made with death
* <-- it's creepy that it's a story
* <-- Good work tracking down the cause, there.
* <-- perhaps your shoes aren't tickly enough?
* <-- how does the driver get into this vehicle, then?
* <-- nemo
* <-- Translation: "We'll set up a mailing list for oldstable"
* <-- oh dear lord
* <-- comic sans and blink tags...
* <-- D:
* <-- the second image in this one is exquisitely chosen.
* <-- Sci-fi short story of the day
* <-- jesus christ

dumont, master of the io tower clickolinko was created by Neale Pickett, who was too modest to credit himself.
Sean Neakums, who butchered clickolinko after installing it on flynn, does not suffer from that problem.
Props to the usual gang of idiots for ideas, suggestions, testing and shouting.