April 4, 2004 02:48 PM And that is that.

I’ve moved everything over to textpattern. Check out the new site at http://www.funkaoshi.com/.

April 1, 2004 11:50 AM Kinja

Here is a link to Kinja, the weblog guide. In particular, it is a link to my user page, which contains the latest posts from blogs that I read.

Kinja lets you make a digest of all the weblogs you read. They have programs that will scan those weblogs and when a new post is made, list the result. Kinja seems a bit imperfect, since Shima’s weblog has yet to show up in my digest. The service is currently a beta release, and is probably still not quite perfect.

March 30, 2004 12:16 PM Nice Site.

I think I like the handheld version of dollarshort.org more then that real, meant-for-the-web, version of the site. Both layouts are pretty nice though I must say. The site belongs to Mena Trott of Moveable Type fame.

March 30, 2004 08:41 AM And in the End.

And that is that. We’re done. In a half hour I will have been up for twenty-four hours. I’m tired, but it is raining outside, so i’ve decided to stay in the C&D with patrick.

What can I say? If I had to do it all over again, I probably would have taken Networks. No, I suppose I am joking, a little bit anyway.

Compilers has definitely been an experience.

update: I woke up at 8:30 yesterday, so I could make it to my Marxist Theory class. I got home today at 11:15, just before lunch. (My plan is to take a shower and sleep.) I’ve missed all my classes for today. My last class as an undergraduate should have been STAT 231, instead it will be PSCI 321. I kind of like it that way. I didn’t think about it at all till I started walking home, listening to no surprises by Radiohead.

March 30, 2004 12:31 AM A3.

CS 444 / 644 Assignment Part 3 Due March 30, 2004

Complete your Ada/CS compiler by implementing a code generator and run-time environment for the SUN.

Fuck you too, Cormack.

March 29, 2004 01:44 AM Closer.

        .file "test/code/simple_assignment.ada"
        .global main
        save    %sp, -96, %sp
        sub     %sp, 4, %sp
        mov     10, %r16
        sub     %fp, 0, %r17
        st      %r16, [%r17]
        mov     20, %r16    
        sub     %fp, 0, %r17
        st      %r16, [%r17]

Assembly has never looked so good.

March 28, 2004 11:43 AM Interview with Kevin Smith

“O.K., So It’s Not His Funniest Film,” is an interview with Kevin Smith, the man Dave loves to hate. There are a bunch of funny quotes, I liked the following:

CURTIS A lot of people think of you as somebody running away from the conventions of genre films. But you don’t see yourself as that.

SMITH Not at all. When I look at “Clerks,” I don’t think of it as, “This runs away from the genre conventions.” I look at it as, “Well, we didn’t have any money.”

And this one, which I read at Signal to Noise first:

CURTIS You made a controversial movie about Catholicism, “Dogma.” What did you think about “The Passion of the Christ”?

SMITH I haven’t seen it yet. I think it’s funny, though, that people bring it up and ask me, “What do you think of the controversy?” I’m like, “What controversy?” The dude made a movie about Jesus in a country that’s largely Christian — a very traditional movie — and it’s made over $200 million in two weeks. There ain’t no controversy, people. That’s a hit. They took one or two Jewish leaders in the beginning and said, “This may be construed as anti-Semitic,” and then spun it into a must-see movie for hard-core Christians. You’ve got to go see it if you love Jesus. I wish to God I had thought to do that when I was making “Dogma.”

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