MonthNovember 2009

IRC CONSIDERED HARMFUL

IRC is an enabler of bad ideas:


@jsr looks at the primary and secondary switches he has to configure and name.
[@jsr] Do you think anyone would mind if I called them “West Philidelphia” and “Bel Air” ?
[@Malach] Only if West Philly is the primary.
[@Malach] Where things are born and raised.
[@jsr] Of course.
[@jsr] Traffic only switches over to Bel Air in the event of one little fight.
[@Malach] and you’re the mom who gets scared?
[@jsr] The scared mom switching process is automated.
[@Malach] Can you name the interfaces on the Bel Air switch “Aunty” and “Uncle”?
[@jsr] Oh, brilliant! Yes!
[@jsr] makes a note.

Wedding Playlist

A couple of people asked me about this, and I did mean to post it, but I was distracted by honeymoons and whatnot.

This is the playlist of songs that were played at our wedding, either as background music or during the ceremony:

– “Katamari on the Rock (Main Theme)” by Yu Miyake and Masayuki Tanaka, from the Katamari Damacy Soundtrack.

– “Eep Oop Ork Ah-Ah (Means I Love You)” by the Violent Femmes.

– “You’re My Best Friend” by Queen.

– “Oh By Jingo! Oh By Gee!” by the Premiere Quartet.

– “Earth Angel” by the Penguins.

– “Solsbury Hill” by Peter Gabriel.

– “Happy Feet” by The Muppets.

– “Stormwind” by Jason Hayes, Tracy W. Bush, Derek Duke, Glenn Stafford, from World of Warcraft.

– “Daydream Believer” by The Monkees.

– “Concerning Hobbits” by Howard Shore, from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.

– “It’s Oh So Quiet” by Bjork.

– “Octopus’ Garden” by The Beatles.

– “Wind” by Akeboshi.

I am aware that some of these are pretty dorky, but we’re pretty dorky folks, so that makes sense.