I _almost_ get tired of trying to get WINE to run on my OSX system...
I've moved this blog from one domain to another time again, partly because I didn't want to renew that domain name for another year, when I really didn't like it all that much.
I've been playing around with more Objective-C. Not much to say about it, other than the upgrade to SnowLeopard on my iMac has broken a few things, most notably, MacVim.
I don't do this for a living. None of it. I don't really want to make a living off it either... But I'm slowly getting closer to the point where I could. Pretty easily... I was hired by someone close to me to design, install and configure a website. Specifically an eCommerce site... Uh, I've designed a few WordPress themes, done some halfass PHP scripting, and a bit of clientside scripting. I'm not really the one that you should be going for, but they wanted me to do it, cause they knew it was gonna be cheap (I dunno how much this shit costs to do), and they knew it would be a good learning experience, and they could dictate and come back to me with suggestions and criticism. Thats not a bad thing, for either of us.
I always forget that physical access is akin to root access on a box.
Every few days I cat my logs on all my systems to see if anything should be fixed, repaired, patched, removed and whatnot. It only takes an hour or so, and I've come across a enough problems that I otherwise would not have noticed that only took a minute to fix, and helped the overall status of my system.
Ran into an issue while needing Python 3.0.1, and OS X's Python install is only 2.5.1 on Leopard. I didn't want to screw with much, cause there are a lot of problems that could arise by yanking the 2.5 install and replacing it with a largely unsupported Python3.
I can't remember what I was trying to do, but I just effectively hosed my system, abeit fairly minorly.
I'm gonna go ahead and write a second blog post today. Got shit else to do, really (actually thats a lie, there's always something).
I keep on forgetting Apache's directory block syntax, so here it is, for my own sake