These are the earliest entries in the current form of this website. I have written earlier, but not yet been able to fully recover my older writing.
There were sixteen entries.
It has been a tough year. It is amazing how sudden things can happen, even though you know they’ll come eventually.
I have received a video footage of Sun’s newest project code named “Looking Glass.”
Winamp 5 has been released, but I forget to test if it would actually play my audio.
Remember a while ago with the lunar eclipse? Today I have taken another second shot at it.
MSN apparently have let a small group of people preview the new version of MSN Coldmail.
A new format is being introduced already. It is not meant as a replacer, but more as an alternative medium type similar to DVD discs.
I have more or less already done everything possible with programming.
Today computer emulation moved five years forward. What wasn’t possible yesterday is real PowerPC emulation, today we can do just that.
Mozilla Firebird 0.8 is going to contain Mozilla’s DOM inspector, which is very valuable.
I just started downloading the three Red Hat Linux Fedora CD images. This will be the last shot I will ever give Linux.
My other hobby is space, and while typing this, the lunar eclipse is occurring.
Microsoft have opened up Longhorn Developer Center, which contains all info on their newest operating system which is still in development.
Apple released Mac OS X v10.3 worldwide today.
Some people have gone back to Firebird 0.6.1 simply because of having no vertical scrollbar.
Google last weekend complained that Microsoft’s new web browser, Internet Explorer 7, is being unfair.
This is the first post in my new journal.
My personal website with my photography, as well as my other projects.