Monday, March 31st, 2003

The Cheat Is Not Dead

You might think that a day spent running around as much as today was would yield some remotely interesting news to post. And yet. So here are some random bits of my day:

Vic bought me lunch today to celebrate his first paycheque on his new contract.

I have signed up for something called Blogshares. I have no idea how this works, but for some reason they already had my site on record and worth a whopping $26.14. Again, no idea what this means at all.

I am indeed sore from hockey yesterday, and I am willing to bet tomorrow will be worse. I am reconsidering my “it’s a good kind of hurt” declaration.

I would like to say that we’re making a concerted effort at band practices to identify the weak spots in our performances and tightening up the whole kit and kaboodle into a finely tuned rock machine. I would like to.

Pete has invited me to the Neil Young / Lucinda Williams show in June. I am leaning towards yes – $50 tickets (probably closer to $65 after Ticketbastard) isn’t horrible.

517 wants to cover the song from this week’s Strong Bad email. I have to say, I can’t argue – it’s a really strong tune. I bet I will be relegated to handclaps.

We are having a bitch of a time getting the URL pointed at my webspace. The DNS seems to have propogated for *some* ISPs, but not all. For example – at home, I can view it fine and pings go to the same server as chromewaves (which is where it’s supposed to) but at work? File not found, domain not found, etc etc. My webhosting also does not see the name as pointed at them, nor do any WHOIS queries. This is fucked up.

How can it be April already?

np – Jeff Tweedy / Chelsea Walls

By : Frank Yang at 11:02 pm
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  1. valerie says:

    If it makes you feel better, I can view both at work and at home. Actually, this probably only adds to the frustration of why some can view it while others cannot. My job is done.