Jeff and I put up a Webcam page. Check it out here. Also, I added security checks to my code navigation CGI -- If someone is trying to exploit the CGI, they end up looking at this page (IE users crank the volume for a special treat).
On a related note, I added a few new options to
Cam this weekend
(you'll need CVS feh -- see the
Enlightenment CVS Page
for more information). You can now save cam images (with the -k or
--keep-imagse option), and open multiple cams with one command (eg
cam jenni dawn giblet raster). I also worked out a bunch of quirks
in EWL (again, also in CVS). See the ChangeLog included with the
CVS module for more information.
Pablotron will be relocating soon. I have the new hardware and an IP,
but I still need to install linux and set the bad boy up. This means
we get to play the DNS game of fun again! I'll probably keep this
server going for a few weeks just to make sure everone's DNS gets
Oh yeah, Emmanuel Goldstein (aka the guy who runs
2600) posted his response to the
decision. Read it here.
a rare gem: an interesting post on
Slashdot regarding this article
one too). The legal system in this country makes my head hurt. What
ever happened to common sense?
Finally, I stumbled across this page completely on accident. Who
would have thought that Leo from the
Screen Savers reads