What a lovely day it is outside, I’m finding it really hard to concentrate
on the tangled mess of tangram and perl im trying to debug. Id much rather
be out in the sun.
Ive been playing with a couple of neat little things. One of them is indy.tv From the site:
“Indy is a music discovery program that learns what you like, and plays more of it. And it’s free.
Indy makes it easy for you to find great new independent music. Just download Indy and double-click: as it plays songs, you rate what you hear. Indy quickly learns what you like and gets really smart about sending you more music you’ll like. Let Indy help you find your place in the collective consciousness as you help other people find theirs.”
The other is Connectviabooks which is like an online book club.
So National in their infinitesimally small amount of wisdom have appointed a Spokesman of Political Correctness Eradication. If they werent such complete tools you would think it was a joke. Ah well, it might be mildly entertaining anyway, still im pretty annoyed a portion of my taxes (albeit tiny) is going towards paying the salaries of these retards.
Well thats officially 2 public libraries in New Zealand running Koha 2.2.x now. You can see HLT’s opac here . I think it turned out pretty nice.
Well we have our scond go live this monday, thats 2 mondays in a row so in 3 days time there will be 2 public libraries running Koha 2.2.x in New Zealand. Hopefully it will all go as smooth as the last one. I’ll post some urls to look at once it safely live.
Well the kiwis came very close to historic back to back wins tonight, still losing 28-26 is still pretty respectable and it was a great game to watch. I hope the NPC final tomorrow night is as good.
Hopefully the black caps will win the 20-20 game too, though im not staying up till 4am to watch.
In a particularly easy choice for arsehat of a day, this moron wins
Banning Maori tenants makes good business sense and should be allowed, says a South Waikato landlord.
New Zealand Herald – Landlord supports Maori tenants ban – Friday 21, October 2005