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by: Bernard Teo

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Sat 27 Aug 2005


Category : Commentary/immortality.txt

I was returning the car so my wife could use it. I was listening to Jim Croce ("I've Got A Name", "Lover's Cross", "Operator" from the Photographs and Memories album,

Photographs and memories
Christmas cards you sent to me
All that I have are these
To remember you

and also John Denver ("Sunshine on My Shoulders"), Minnie Riperton ("Lovin' you"), and Andy Gibb ("Our Love - Don't throw it all away")

This happy room
Would be a lonely place when you are gone
And I won't even have your shoulders for the crying on

- from my iTunes collection.

One short trip. So much great music. All these people are gone. But their music lives on. Fresh, like when I was sixteen. (Am I growing old or what?)

Like the pine trees lining the winding road
I've got a name, I've got a name
Like the singing bird and the croaking toad
I've got a name, I've got a name
And I carry it with me like my daddy did
But I'm living the dream that he kept hid

Posted at 6:24AM UTC | permalink

My New iBook G4

Category : Commentary/iBookG4.txt

This is my new iBook. You can be sure that iTunes was the first thing that went over - even before the project files, DNS Enabler and all that. Shows what is more important ;-)

But seriously, with WebMon, DNS Enabler, and Postfix Enabler, I've got my complete development environment set up in five minutes. Mail server, PHP, SSL, remote access to my main server - they all work, fresh out of the box. I used to email Hai Hwee (what're those Unix commands needed to set up auto-login in SSH?) because I never bothered to remember them. Not any more.

Posted at 6:23AM UTC | permalink

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