Horrible day. One of the codes I’ve inherited behaves very bizarrely. Usually it works, but sometimes if it’s compiler with optimization (which should not change anything except the speed) it hangs itself out to die. Can’t see an darn thing wrong with it. Grrr.
Came across this quote, which I rather like.
‘Women are meant to be loved, not to be understood.’
from The Sphinx Without a Secret by Oscar Wilde.
Go to http://www.classicreader.com/read.php/sid.6/bookid.1968/ to read the whole story.
A plan of sorts.
Well, I’ve finally confirmed my leaving date for the job here at Victoria University Wellington. I’ll be finishing work on the 11th of June, and probably heading out of the country a few days after. Then I’m planning to spend about six weeks in south-east Asia, before heading back to the UK at the start of August. In the meantime, my boss has kindly agreed to let me have a week off during April to go and explore the bits of the south island I’ve not seen yet. Basically, it’s all good.
Well, I’ve moved the [Drupal] website into place as the actual anjackson.net website. Not nearly got all the content in place yet, but it’s getting there, slowly. Of particular interest may be the image galleries, held at http://anjackson.net/image/ - eventually this will hold all my decent photos from my travels.
Well, I’ve more or less finished munging the old website style into a skin for [Drupal], and it’s looking pretty good. Still need to check its valid XHTML, but it should not be far off.
and get your browser to translate it into MathML like this:
If it didn’t work, read on to find out how to fix it.
Well, this [Drupal] thing looks like it might just do the trick. Currently trying to move my preferred web page style over to it - looking good so far but some tweaking required yet.
Now, the long awaited image gallery still requires plenty of work on top - largely because I need to review all my photos and pick the decent ones for webification.
This may all take some time…
p.s. Check out [Drupal]’s RSS/RDF-feed aggregators, e.g. this riscos one.