Thursday, May 19, 2005

no, it's really just rubbish

too bad. 22 years forcing myself to like Barrett, but today I give it a 2, which means I'll never hear it again. stupid tea-brained outcast, whining uncontrallably in front of a fireplace in his bare-floorboards front room while dave and nick bring him soup from the co-op and prop him up on a stool, where he just dribbles into his chest, the spark gone right out. I used to live in the flat upstairs to that room when I was sticking £35 price tags on mono copies of piper at the gates of dawn in the upstairs of the cambridge beat goes on and I thought that was just very cool, but actually neither of those things were and now I'm deleting him from my playlist to make way for The Longcut, so there.

in between sticking pins in my arm to remind myself I'm still here and that I really should be revising the standard templates and indexes for global venues in line with Sun's rebranding and the things I forgot to do in the first place, I'm fiddling with a P800 and pointing a gun at my foot as I think about what to put on the Tadpole to see me through the next week in the land of high-altitude Jagermeister and a big bed at the Omni that I'll probably fall out of at 4 in the morning as I stumble for the hotel ethernet cable that will connect me up to the Sun network to coordinate Japan. I have to use photoshop, so I have to use XP. I need to install JDS, but I really don't have the wit to dual boot and I only have 1 day to sort it out anyway and by the way, if you're thinking of suggesting the gimp, then don't. I'll do the right thing when I get back and then reinstall the entire home network with solaris 10 and get VPN working because chris managed it so I should be able to, even though he's got a Ferrari now like what all them engineers do. you just need to get NAT to point to the right port and apparently a tunnel opens up, like fricken Narnia or something. I dunno.

so i'm going to rip the heart out of an About Sun gateway and stick it back together again with 'I know what I'm talking about, really' glue, ready to hoof over to the development team to do that stuff they do with XML and god knows what and then I'll stick a new stylesheet on the press pages and wrap up the indexes like dynamic fajitas and then I'll ask the lovely people in Australia if they would like to opt in to changing the world and everything in it just by configuring their NSAPI. or I'll have another pie. pie it is. hang on, Spiritualized. blimey, that's a bit rubbish too.

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