December 11th, 2008

monk john

Twitterbomb AWAY!

  • 09:04 @alwillis just read you and Jeff's preso for BMAC..."You still don't believe us about MacFixIt, do you"...PRICELESS #
  • 09:14 @danfrakes #
  • 09:32 @Arclite Yep. In the future, all computer presos will be "If you'd just use ZFS, you'd never have a problem again" #
  • 09:34 Fuck you Windows Server 2003 Data Execution Prevention #
  • 09:58 @luomat No. You have to use ZFS on an 8" Floppy from a functioning TRS-80 Model II to cure cancer #
  • 10:16 @ahruman yes. It will double the scientific efficacy of homeopathy #
  • 10:27 "I changed our IP address, would that cause relaying to break?"


  • 10:39 @jearle a good D.J. can be a real asset to a club or party. a decent one at least can not make you hate the place. #
  • 10:40 @jearle But I do think the entire D.J. thing is highly overblown. STFU and play more music. #
  • 10:45 @jearle I've done a bit of it for side cash, and it's not *easy*, but it's not calculus either #
  • 11:02 @zacksback ZFS fixes EVERYTHING #
  • 11:15 @jaberg ZFS fixes EVERYTHING #
  • 11:16 it is the new and improved "42" #
  • 11:46 @luomat ZFS will make that Amiga better #
  • 11:49 @arekdreyer wow! Creating an HFS+ Partiion in a ZFS pool, so you get an additional layer of abstraction, and bypass ZFS's advantages! #
  • 11:49 @arekdreyer How cool is THAT! #
  • 11:52 With ZFS, you won't need this: #
  • 11:52 #
  • 11:53 @luomat if it doesn't have ZFS, it is de facto imperfect #
  • 13:24 @NickiHiss wait, is that "early career when she actually sang" Mariah, or "Current career where she just sighs sexily while some guy raps" ? #
  • 13:24 @percy_uptight Open Directory just makes it 10x easier to deal with #
  • 13:43 @percy_uptight Mac OS X 10.5 Server in Workgroup mode is tailor made for that. Use mobile accounts, and they'll barely know the difference. #
  • 14:34 @percy_uptight don't do PHDs, do pure mobile. No syncing involved, *or* do only background syncing, not login/logout #
  • 15:00 @eullman ZFS is why Chuck Norris had to have hip replacement surgery #
  • 15:55 @percy_uptight I'm not following them, they're following me. #
  • 15:57 @Akhillus no, it's just a client that's almost completely isolated from OS services. It's very good at IMAP/POP, but ignores the OS #
  • 16:04 @percy_uptight the nice thing about twitter is, someone following you is passive. You'll never know they're there #
  • 17:26 @Akhillus ? THere's a lot of competition in the email space. It's just that no one cares. Once you find a client you like, why change? #
  • 17:27 @jsnell Imap is the bomb #
  • 17:31 @jsnell if mail was better about letting you only subscribe to certain folders, you could do that with ease #
  • 17:33 @jsnell Other clients do allow this. You get the folder tree, then unsubscribe from folders you don't want #
  • 17:34 @adamengst if you only ever use one computer, pop is fine. #
  • 17:34 @adamengst but a good IMAP client will smoke pop in low bandwidth situations, and it's FAR better with Webmail #
  • 17:36 @jsnell part of the problem is that Mail doesn't really let you use IMAP well #
  • 17:47 @Akhillus I've been using IMAP too long and too much to deal with Mail's crippled implementation #
  • 17:47 @Akhillus being able to unsubscribe from specific folders rules #
  • 18:03 @joannkc depends on your needs really. If you need more advanced IMAP with ssome groupware and good OS integration, Entourage #
  • 18:03 @joannkc if you just want pure IMAP speed/features, Thunderbird #
  • 18:04 @joannkc if you really don't care about UI AT ALL, then Mulberry. OOGLY but powerful #
  • 19:13 many thanks to @gruber and @macalope for this: BAAAHAHAHAHAAHAH #
  • 19:13 Once again showing that freetards are only free until it's THEIR money getting stolen. Then it's all about restrictions #
Automatically shipped by LoudTwitter