Safe For Seneca

Prof: “How many people bought the book?” Everyone else (including me): … total scilence … It’s been a while since I bought a textbook. The last time must have been back when I was getting my master’s degree. Before that when I was a BSD student at Seneca. I always bought the textbook for each …

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Ooh, for a second I thought I would be forced into using OWA for reading my email! How horrible. There are no instructions on the ITS Services site, and the instructions I found in another student’s post didn’t work. Turns out they are mostly correct but not 100%, here’s what works for me: IMAP: pod51018.outlook.com:143 …

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Had my first lecture yesterday. What an experience! I was absolutely sure that it won’t be much like when I was an actual student at Seneca, but it turns out I was wrong. Turns out I felt exactly the same way as I did when I was a student. It’s hard to describe that feeling. …

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I post something on this blog occasionally about APNG and about how I’m no longer involved with it and about how this guy Max Stepin has been driving it for years. The last thing I mentioned on the topic was him adding APNG support to Chromium, which was very cool. Now he’s planning to create …

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Once a month I archive my Apache logs. Which involves downloading them from the server and analysing them a little. This month (last month actually, I am slow with my blogging) there was something obviously unusual from the beginning: instead of the typical six or seven logrotated 50MB access logs I had 15. While I …

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