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Thu, 18 Dec 2003


You know you're getting into heavy stuff when you can't even read the numbers your program is spitting out without another layer of interpretation. Now that I've hooked up this arbitrary precision rational number package to my project at work, I'm getting shit like

doc 48 has cached value 133612457154683010512606719606961737906380203/2584230589
40325073947019947179448817289472690 and actual val 483523604/1015360315 at ./ap- line 755, <> line 53.

Great, thaaaaanks Perl. Let me just pull out my sola-powa Casio bidness calculata....

Posted at 17:47 | /computing | (leave a comment) | permalink

Right on Scales Radio

This is what I've been listening to non-stop at work for the past month: Right on Scales Dub Radio

Some company called Right on Scales, which sells (as you might expect) scales puts this fantastic stream out. I don't know who's responsible for the music selection, but it matches my tastes 100%. It's fucking fantastic—I hear a lot of my own collection in there (mostly old 70's dub, and even ol' Alton Ellis and Eek-a-Mouse) plus a ton of fantastic new stuff I haven't heard before. All heavy, rootsy dub. It's great.

I don't know that I'll have a need for scales any time in the near future, but you can bet I'll be supporting these guys first if I do. Any company that does something like this gets my bidness, no doubt.

Posted at 15:51 | /media/music | (leave a comment) | permalink


A colleague of mine has a bluetooth-aware cellphone and has it set up with his computer, which he uses to play music, such that when he receives a phone call, the music automatically drops in volume, and when he leaves the room, it pauses, and when he returns, it resumes. That, as we say in Chinese, is pretty fucking cool.

I would like to do that. And there are a ton of other neat things I can think of doing along the same lines, if I could write bluetooth code on my cellphone. This is some cool shit! And happy, I am contemporaneously also in the market for a new cellphone. So I'd like to know: what cellphones can be developed for, easily, particularly wrt bluetooth functionality?

Do you, my dear readers (and for once that includes the retards who arrive here by searching for cracks and pr0n, which is 95% of my traffic) know of such a phone?

Posted at 15:14 | /computing | 1 comment | permalink

Don Carlos & Gold

chant down babylon kingdom

Posted at 14:14 | /media/music/lyrics | (leave a comment) | permalink


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