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Emotional Spring Cleaning [Dec. 1st, 2007|11:43 am]
[mood |pensivepensive]

Greetings and salutations, LJ friends.

I've created a new LJ, [info]nothingisstatik

I have decided that I need to make an effort to write more before I implode. Feel free to friend me. However, I must warn you:

This new LJ is most likely going to be quite personal, which means there is a possibility that at times I may make you uncomfortable, bore you to death,  and share too much information. So, I will not be offended if pass on that. :-P

I'm going through a huge transition in my life and at this point, no topic is off limits to me.

With that being said, my complete digital/nerd/tech side is being reborn on the web again as well, so you can find my non-personal geek blog at
ilovetheinternets.com / whoneedsoxygen.net There isn't any new content as of yet because I am slowly inputting 2 years of lost entries from archive.org
but regular posting should resume soon.

I plan on keeping this account around, as I plan on becoming more regular with reading everyone's LJs again. Does that make sense? I feel like I need to be schooled in the use and etiquette of LJ.

So, whatever is clever.
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(no subject) [Sep. 24th, 2007|05:15 pm]
jesus. somebody kill me.

in a bizarre chance to take my mind off of things i've decided to fix my server.

bought a new NIC.

The NIC works.

hard drive...does not exist.

i give up.
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(no subject) [Sep. 7th, 2007|10:14 pm]
[mood |numbnumb]

So, LJ is getting fancy, I just loaded it up to post and it already had my last draft. Which, I will not post as it was...well..I guess we'll just skip that. Or save it for a friends only.

This is one of those, "I"m not dead." posts...but really,

am I dead?

Maybe I'm just here because my server is down. Or maybe I'm just here because everything is down. Or maybe ...sigh. Or maybe.
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(no subject) [Sep. 21st, 2006|01:13 pm]
hooray for g-u, h!

omgz. a journal for teh peepz teh read. lolrzZZz [Jul. 27th, 2006|01:03 pm]
Not too long ago I received an LJ nudge. So, I figure, what the hell. Half the people who have me listed on their friends list, probably have no idea why I'm there, except to probably allow me to continue to lurk around their LJ's. Which I do actively because I'm creepy. I'll work on the commenting thing. Also, I figure, maybe if I attempt to post something on here, I'll inspire myself to return to updating my other blogs. (Which could be a major debuff to my current addiction that occupies what little time I spend online)

However, unfortunately for you, this is one of those boring personal updates. Feel free to keep scrolling by.

History Repeats Itself or: How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love Bad LuckCollapse )
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(no subject) [Jul. 16th, 2006|12:15 pm]
Happy Birthday Liz and Kim.

Too tired for an update. I took some medicine and now I'm getting sleepy. ( i think I have strep throat). Bah. More later.
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Pez MP3 Player & MobiBLUE [Dec. 15th, 2005|10:02 am]
I'm in love with these two mp3 players. Although I have no use for an MP3 player, if I did, I'd want one of these. Then again, I guess I could just use my PSP. Anyway, check them out.

Pez MP3 Pez MP3 player - For those of you that actually know me, know that I collect Pez. (Yes, I'm not just a geek, but a dork too) This explains why I’m so infatuated with the Pez MP3 player. Capacity: 512MB.

MobiBLU MP3 Player MobiBLU Cube - A Wal-Mart concoction, that's the size of a quarter. The smallest MP3 player I've seen, yet. Capacity: 512MB and 1GB.

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Web-based RSS/RDF/ATOM Feed Aggregator [Nov. 17th, 2005|10:06 am]
I've recently started using Gregarious. Gregarious is a web-based RSS/RDF/ATOM feed aggregator designed to run on your own web server. For a while I used a desktop-based aggregator and then I tried Feed on Feeds (another aggregator designed to run on your own web server). Feed on Feeds still needs work, in my opinion.

There are plenty of great desktop-based aggregators, but I wanted to be able to access my feeds on the web, from anywhere at anytime. There are also plenty of sites that do this for you too, however, running your own is always more appealing.

Gregarious is very simple to install and configure. I've been slowly adding feeds, but the blogroll for all the Tampa blogs is HUGE, so it's been taking a while.

Gregarious is very flexible, it has support for themes and you can create your own. It uses AJAX for tagging, search enabled, supports OPML, and adheres to web standards.

So if you're looking to run your own web-based feed aggregator, give Gregarious a try, it's top notch software. And of course, like all well-developed programs, it's free!

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Seminole Heights Rapist and Murderer? [Nov. 10th, 2005|12:17 pm]
Steven Lorenzo Steven Lorenzo, of Tampa (213 W. Powhatan Ave), and Scott Schweickert, of Orlando and Illinois, have been implicated in the violent murders of two gay men. Steven Lorenzo was indicted in November, 2004, on charges that he drugged and raped seven men. And is charged with six counts of "knowingly and intentionally distributing for human consumption a substance containing a detectable amount of gammahydroxybutyric acid, also known as GHB, and gamma-butyrolactone, also known as GBL."

Scott Schweickert Scott Schweickert is in jail on charges linking him to a crime of violence. In an affidavit, a federal agent said Schweickert described how he helped dispose of Galehouse and Wachholtz's bodies after Lorenzo had killed them.

The victims, Jason Galehouse and Michael Wachholtz

This is a little too close to home.

Update: Steven Lorenzo was found guilty Thursday on all 10 counts of drugging, raping and torturing nine men.

Prosecutors also said Lorezno, along with Scott Schweikert, murdered Jason Galehouse and Michael Wachholtz in December 2003. But he has not been charged with their murders.

Schweikert will face a federal trial later.

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Try City of Heroes [Nov. 5th, 2005|12:18 pm]
I have two invites for a 14 day trial of City of Heroes, no credit card required. If you're interested let me know and I'll send you the link to download the game and the serial number to start the trial. I might actually have more than that, as I have two City of Villains (CoV) pre-order boxes and official game boxes, and they came in both. But, for now, I have two.

They're all gone.

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