Slugs arrived this morning…
Have just spent an hour or so setting up an RSS for John’s New Zealand adventures. Should update every half an hour.
Source used to generate it available here :-)
2012-08-10 Edit: John’s site has been down for a long time now, so this is definitely not going to work any more!
Some selected lines from the changelog of the U-Boot JFFS2 reading software:
/* Ok, so anyone who knows the jffs2 code will probably want to get a papar [sic] * bag to throw up into before reading this code. .... * Please, he really means it when he said have a paper bag * handy. We needed it ;). .... * - overhaul of the memory management. Removed much of the "paper-bagging"
The engineers at Maxim must be completely and utterly unhinged. The MAX9911 (datasheet) is absolutely nuts. It’s got a “low” shutdown current of 1nA. 1nA! Yarrrrgh! I want to know what they regard as “very low”…
Jeff, Steve and I were just considering using capacitors for powering things instead of button cell size batteries. We thought about moving the plates apart as the capacitor discharged so that the voltage increases. Then I thought why not use a squidgy dilectric so that the width between the plates increases as the charge decreases as a result of the force between the charges on the plates. Of course this all relies on finding some sort of suitable dilectric.
I’m writing it here so that Steve can’t patent it :-P
Arrrrrrr. Management sucks.
Hmmm. Two identical situations, and no idea about why one’s different to the other… I know, I’ll take a dump of SFRs in both and then diff the result…
How on earth does this RewriteRule:
RewriteRule ^tg_widgets/turbogears/js/(.*)$ js/$1 [L]
Cause a request to /tg_widgets/turbogears/js/MochiKit.js map to /beesjs!?:
File does not exist: /home/rob/public_html/beesjs
Update:It all makes sense now. There was another .htaccess file further up the tree…
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