Monday, November 12, 2007
This metablogging entry brought to you by the letter B. And by the number 13.
It was a quiet weekend (more like comatoast since I didn't bother to post anything) and even today was rather quiet (well, other than moving websites). I started to write something about string concatenation in Ruby and that if one method is frowned upon, why does it even exist, but I just wasn't in the mood to even bother.
Heck, I havn't been in the mood to post in the past few days.
In other news, I got another testimonial about X-Grey:
- Sean Conner <email@example.com>
- Re: Greylist daemon …
- Mon, 12 Nov 2007 14:06:12 -0500 (EST)
So far, NOTHING (spamwise). I don't know what I'm going to do with all this free time not deleting spam! (pause 1.5 hours for work interruption)
heh … Thanks …
plus some other feedback (some small bugs, omissions from the installation documentation). So far, everybody who's used X-Grey has been happy with it.
What next? That the Mona Lisa is really a self portrait?
ROME, Italy (AP)—It's a new Da Vinci code, but this time it could be for real.
An Italian musician and computer technician claims to have uncovered musical notes encoded in Leonardo Da Vinci's “Last Supper,” raising the possibility that the Renaissance genius might have left behind a somber composition to accompany the scene depicted in the 15th-century wall painting.
Via Instapundit, Italian musician uncovers hidden music in Da Vinci's ‘Last Supper’
For Bunny, who likes both music and The Da Vinci Code.