Archive | January, 2007

What’s going on?

There are a lot of things going on in my life right now and fortunately, all of them good. The new job is going great, my commute is great, we are headed back to the Carribean, and I’m getting edu-ma-cated. I’m really enjoying my new job. The work is really interesting and the people are […]

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Five Guys First Timers

I took a walk today at lunch over to the Gallery when I spotted this little note at one of my favorite burger joints, Five Guys. To be fair, this is a very popular tourist location so it’s possible that English was not the author’s first language but I don’t think that was the case.

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Ubuntu Dapper 6.06 and pcHDTV 5500

I finally got my pcHDTV 5500 card working in my Ubuntu machine. Turned out it was a hardware issue and after a quick card swap I was back in business, sort of. It started with the card not being recognized per my dmesg log: [root@localhost ~]# dmesg | grep cx88 cx88[0]: Your board isn’t known […]

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Grad School

I’ve been accepted to Graduate School at my alma mater, Capitol College. Over the next two years I will be pursuing a Masters of Science degree in Information Assurance. The three semesters (Spring, Summer, Fall) are split into two-8 week terms. Each 3 credit course is 3 hours/night, 1 night/week. My current plan has me […]

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Copying a drive over the network

My sister’s laptop was acting badly and I determined that the hard drive sounded like it was in bad shape. We tried using SpinRite to “fix” the drive but instead we got the message that the drive was in imminent danger of failing and we should save as much of the data off as possible […]

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