Archive for September, 2004
Friday, September 24th, 2004
No, this isn’t a morbid entry, a cry for help, or a political jab at the “civilized” nations who won’t do squat to help the doomed hostages in Iraq (sorry, had to slip that one in there). It’s actually a quote from the PHP documentation for custom error handling. Specifically:
Also note that it is your responsibility to die() if necessary.”
A little creative writing never hurt anyone, well, except perhaps in this instance…
Tuesday, September 7th, 2004
This is just one of the trees brought down by Frances over the weekend. It took down a power line as well, thus our entire block is without power (still) and will likely remain that way for the next few days (I’m currently posting from Starbucks, which is kindly offering free wireless access for the time being).
I’ll have some more photos soon, but I was able to take a few small videos during the first feeder bands of the storm, so if you are on a high speed connection, go ahead and give them a whirl:
We’re thankful no one was injured, and other than the trees we suffered no property damage either. We count ourselves lucky, however Hurricane Ivan lurks on the horizon, so our shutters will remain in place for the time being…
Wednesday, September 1st, 2004
In case I’ve ever referred to “Frances” as a “girl’s name” upon hearing about a guy whose parents thought otherwise, I would just like it to be known, for the record, that I no longer possess that opinion.
Wishing Paul good luck on the West coast, and hoping for good fortune here on the East, in the middle of the currently projected path…
All has not been quiet on the Southeastern front: check out the sidebar under “Recently Completed” for a few newly-launched projects that have been taking up various chunks of my time in recent months. More to come soon in the “projects for clients” category, as well as the promised SB redesign (coding it in all my free time) and the long-overdue Webgraph site.