CPAN revealed that someone has already created a UPS screen scraper. it is outdated and it appears that the ups license doesn’t allow for this type of activity, anymore. shame.
got an almost immediate (7AM, this morning) reply from rangehoods.com claiming that ups lost my hood. i’m trying to decipher ‘origin scan’ on the ups tracking page. i don’t know if this means that they just printed the label or if it was actually billed and printed at a ups location. i would have expected…
i’m not sure, but it looks like our spanky new stainless steel range hood may be stuck on the rangehoods.com loading dock. the ups tracking info is less than helpful. sent email tonight and will be calling them tommorow to validate shipment.
dave said that he was afraid he’d wake up in the middle of the night and post something he’d be embarassed of. what can be more embarassing than: [Listening to: Cyndi Lauper – Change of Heart – Twelve Deadly Cyns… And Then Some]
the cut and paste behavior between an rdp cilent on xp and ts on a win2k machine appears to be dependant upon the size of the window. maximized windows share the clients clipboard. typeperf is useful, except when you are limited by the maximum command line length by cmd.exe.
found via google: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr;=&ie;=UTF-8&c2coff;=1&q;=link%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fbengt.norum.org: Pages of Folks from Technomads [archive.org]Bengt-Erik Norum, a self-professed computer geek, who lives in Moscow. more than slightly out of date..
i need to setup a category for blog specific stuff. i installed zempt, thinking i might post more, if the process were somewhat less byzantine. i wonder how much blog content is self-referential? i also looked (briefly) at greymatter, livejournal, and dasblog. i think i’ll probably move to wordpress, after 1.2 is released. [listening to: Shake…