For Spring (and maybe possibly Gregory who loves this type of stuff)—how to make your own drive-in movie theater (link via Instapundit).
If Hoade and I had access to this film school (link via news from me—and yes, I'm still reading his blog) then we might have actually made a film!.
It doesn't sound like a bad deal actually, and if (and that's a big “if”) I lived in southern California, I might actually do it just for the novelty of it all.
Well, it wasn't broken.
So of course, I fixed it.
This time, I managed to phase out the “old” router for the new “router” (even though they were nearly identical) without a hitch.
Update on Thursday, May 10th, 2007 at 10:03 am
Not so woot.
I forgot to update the routing information for one customer (technical explaination: I forgot
to add their interface to the OSPF cloud).
At least it was an easy problem to fix.
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