I uploaded new versions of libnids and dsniff yesterday. The latter just because it depends upon the former and I wanted to bump up the version number of the library - new upstream release.
Looks like this election is going to be interesting, six candidates to choose from.
I'm glad that Branden chose to stand, although I refused to talk part in the pre-vote popularity contest.
Lots of snow around in Edinburgh at this time of year. The irritating kind of snow which falls overnight and makes it difficult to walk to work, then melts come lunchtime.
Thankfully I've got big boots and so my toes stay toasty warm and dry! Actually there hasn't been too much snow in Edinburgh, so it's not as bad as all that.
Oh and I just realised that Hannah Wallach's blog contains a skyscape of Edinburgh. D'oh. I thought it looked familiar …
One of the advantages of wearing (predominently) skintight black jeans and boots that come up to your knees is that your feet stay dry pretty much all the time.
One of the drawbacks is that people can hear you walking across the office, so it's very hard to suprise them.
I'm not sure if this is good or bad .. thump thump thump thump .. Oh, that'll be Steve.
means I can't catch them out .. or there's the suspense of knowing that I'm coming to give the
victimuser enough time to fear the bofh..
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