When we got home from Mark's
there was a message on
the answering machine (we got home around 2:30 am):
“Hi, this is Mark. On the way to drop Kelly off where I work, about two miles
from my home, to get his his car,” said Mark, “we saw three unmarked white
vans. Just thought you might want to know.”
I'm telling ya …
have noticed some rather odd entries yesturday that are no
longer there. Well, I was testing a bunch of code that allows me to post
entries via email or a web page form. I then had to test code to test a
configuration file (to allow more than one blog on the system) and I'm
finding that the code to generate the RSS
file is buggy and misses entries. It has to do with
how I internally store entries.
But aside from that, it's pretty much done now. All that's left now is to
move the programs over to the server, copy the archive over, install
everything, and then it'll be live.
Oh, also expect to see a bunch of new entries for the previous days pop up
at odd times too. I have notes, but I have to actually write the entries.
You have my permission to link freely to any entry here. Go
ahead, I won't bite. I promise.
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