Gettin’ wid it

I’ve made some changes to this weblog. I’m strutting into the brave new(ish) world of Web 2.0, which is difficult, since it doesn’t exist yet – more to follow in a future post on that point. For the moment, let’s assume that Web 2.0 is real. Then, notice that I’m “strutting” and not simply “moving” Read more about Gettin’ wid it[…] gets a facelift has served as my personal website for many years now, although I think that it has been rather usurped by The Thin Line in recent times. To address this concern, will now serve as my professional website, documenting my research and listing my publications. The Thin Line weblog will now be the place Read more about gets a facelift[…]

Classic look returns

I had always intended to reinstate the original “Shades of Grey” look for The Thin Line after moving it to WordPress from my DIY blogging solution. Well, yesterday I finally found a bit of time to create a WordPress theme that comes fairly close to the look I originally created. Some people don’t care for Read more about Classic look returns[…]

Technorati redux

It seems I’m not the only one who’s disconcerted with the moist steaming mass that Technorati has become (or always was?). Jason Kottke writes: That’s it. I’ve had it. No more Technorati. … Pretty much everyone I talk to in the industry thinks the site sucks and we’ve just been waiting for it to get Read more about Technorati redux[…]

The Thin Line gets real hosting and The Thin Line have been moved off the computers in my bedroom to a real webhosting service. There’s a number of reasons for this. First, my blogging software has a memory leak in it somewhere, which necessitates the restarting of Tomcat every so often. I think the problem lies in the way I’ve Read more about The Thin Line gets real hosting[…]

2004-06-07 01:04:06

From RFC 1521 (the MIME RFC): Rule #1: (General 8-bit representation) Any octet, except those indicating a line break according to the newline convention of the canonical (standard) form of the data being encoded, may be represented by an “=” followed by a two digit hexadecimal representation of the octet’s value. The digits of the Read more about 2004-06-07 01:04:06[…]