Ahh, memories of Computer Science class, junior year of high school (back when they still taught Pascal!): Game of Life. This is one of the slickest implementations of the Game of Life I have ever seen.
I’ll be damned. The site looks almost identical in Netscape as it does in Internet Explorer. That would definitely have to be a first for me.
When I first read the headline for this article about generic Prozac, I thought it meant that you could get Prozac over the counter. Wouldn’t that be fun?!
How odd… last month someone was trying random pages and hoping to find something. In my base HTML directory, they attempted to load ‘sex.html’ and ‘trip.html’. Neither of these files exist, or have ever existed.
The problems setting up the OpenBSD server continue. In an attempt to make use of old hardware, I tried to use a Pentium 60 machine. It was the very first real computer I ever used. The Bios came out when the idea of “Plug and Play” did not exist. All of the network cards I have are PnP. There is a way to configure them manually, but that would require installing them into my current machine (which can definitely handle PnP), booting from a DOS disk, then running a few utilities. Instead, I will probably just use my old K6 233 machine. In contrast, once I get the hardware setup, I will have almost no trouble configuring OpenBSD 2.7 as a cable NAT system.
People are endowed with the wisdom and form of the Buddha. There is nothing lacking. Each person is possessed with this treasure jewel that is the Buddha-nature and for all eternity it radiates a great pure luminescence.
Wow, that was quite stupid of me. I thought I was being smart by creating a /bsd partition in OpenBSD. Well, I am not as smart as I think. Unlike Linux, which puts the boot files (like the kernel) into a partition called /boot, BSDs put the kernel in the ROOT directory (/) as a FILE called bsd. No wonder the installation process kept dying.