I hear a couple of people saying ‘what the fish?’ as opposed to the ISO standard ‘what the fuck?’. Recently someone just said ‘what the fish’; and in his moment of frustration, I felt like laughing. Badly.
We all love charts don’t we?
(Linux Symposium Tshirt size.)
I say the title is incorrect. The tees merely gotten smaller. (Original picture)
Well, if you’re seeing this post, the move is sort of completed. Host switching sucks. I hope I never had to do this type of things for the next few years.
There’s name server changes, migration of files and databases and blah blah. My plugins did not work out of the box too.
It’s been a love-hate relationship with Media Temple. I’ll move this blog to another host. Blogging is a chore here with all the wait. Things aren’t really reliable here. My new host is slightly better though not a lot better. It’s VPS now. The whole Grid Service thingy? Just marketing.
Been kinda busy too, I’ll probably blog more when I clear up my work.
[I switched to Slicehost.]
Lost The Musical is a Lost parody skit presented by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on January 13th 2006, mocking both LOST and the perceived tendency to capitalize on the success of any phenomenon by transforming it into a musical. Also, Evangeline Lilly was a guest on that episode.
Recently I’ve been into Lost. I said it was crap back then but now I have to eat my words. I am liking it. Pity I reached the finale of Lost season 4 already and have to wait till coming February 2009 for Lost season 5.
The central theme of Lost is more than a bunch of folks trying to survive a plane crash. The island itself has some special properties, sloowly slooowly revealed as time goes by. J.J. Abrams, one of the creators of this hit series, is also responsible for Cloverfield. Lost comes with alternate reality games, jigsaw puzzles and web sites. That won many fan. (Citation not need.)
- I like the new shade on blue in Delicious. #
Here’s one lion that you can and should feed:
But first, you have to put your hand into its mouth.