The Apple store has just confirmed that they are not offering an upgrade path for owners of OS X Server.
So I just this second deleted the latest edition of the Nigerian scam letter and was about to go back to work when I was struck by the depth of the narrative. This particular one goes on in depth to describe the players–their age, their families, their roles in the community…
To misuse a phrase from Blue Velvet, …why are there people like Frank in the world? Read the papers this morning and didn’t know whether to laugh or cry. The sheer Orwelian-ness (is that a word?) of the Iraq situation, combined with the unstopableness (now that can’t be a word?) of the American machine have sapped my will to argue. I’ve spent the last month composing and re-composing posts to this blog, but in the end never posted them as I used to foolishly think I might just get one or two readers to reconsider their position on the issues but have now lost all hope.
Hiya, I’m after a quick fav. My mate has just starting up a new website that needs a bit of advertising. Could you please forward on this address to as many people as you know, and ask them to look at it and pass the address on to as many people as they know etc..
Well, it’s about twenty to five in morning and I’ve been working all night:-(
Do you ever get the feeling that the bloggosphere is turning into Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast? The more I read blogs, the more I get the impression everyone is talking about the same ten people. We’ve all started name-dropping like nobody’s business and it’s made worse by use of first names only as in:
My father, Jed is living testimony that if you don’t have a go, you’ll never know how well you could do. The man is unstoppable:-) He sent me this two minutes ago. Go Jed!