Wednesday, January 31, 2007

(Potentially relevant link)

(Note: Edits prior to 2001-08-05 are not counted.)
1 each: April 2006, August 2005, December 2005, January 2006, May 2002, October 2001, September 2001, September 2004
2 each: April 2002, August 2004, February 2002, July 2004, March 2002, November 2002, November 2006
3 each: April 2004, June 2002, September 2005
4 each: February 2004, February 2006, July 2005
5: March 2006
6: January 2002
7 each: May 2004, May 2006, November 2001, October 2003
9: June 2006
10 each: August 2006, January 2004, July 2003, July 2006, June 2005, March 2004, October 2006
14: August 2001
20: March 2003
21: April 2003
27; December 2003
33: June 2003
39: August 2003
42: February 2003
45: September 2003
49: October 2002
66: September 2006
71: January 2003
85: December 2002
88: May 2003
100: January 2007
104: November 2003
Total: 965

Over 10% were this month. Wikid. I think I'll go make a few more edits, just to break my monthly record.

Oldest edits that are the most recent for said article:
* 17:42, 22 December 2002 (hist) (diff) Talk:Khazad-dum (Khazad-dum = Moria (Middle-earth)) (top)
* 01:41, 23 January 2003 (hist) (diff) Talk:Death Metal (Redundant article) (top)
* 17:35, 25 January 2003 (hist) (diff) Defining dictionary (Fixed redirect.) (top)
* 23:24, 25 January 2003 (hist) (diff) Ibn Sina (Fixed redirect) (top)
* 00:12, 26 January 2003 (hist) (diff) Hydrogenated amorphous silicon (Redirect) (top)
* 02:50, 26 January 2003 (hist) (diff) m Demo scene (Fixing redirect.) (top)
* 02:53, 26 January 2003 (hist) (diff) m J.Paul Getty (Fixing redirect.) (top)
* 23:46, 5 March 2003 (hist) (diff) William Taft (REDIRECT) (top)
* 18:29, 13 June 2003 (hist) (diff) Absolute Visual Magnitude (fixing redirect) (top)
* 16:19, 29 April 2004 (hist) (diff) Francis Iles (redir) (top)
* 21:03, 20 July 2006 (hist) (diff) Thomas West, 1st Baron West (Category:1335 births => Category:1365 births) (top)
Of course, Talk and Redirs aren't that relevant, so 2006. Not bad at all.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

I'm so stupid.

I've had my 19" CRT sitting unused on my floor for months and months. Finally, in a mad fit of brilliance, I finally hooked it up to my laptop. Combined resolution is 1280*1824. Makes up for my laptop being unable to go to 1600*1200.

Optimally, I'd put the CRT on something just behind my laptop so it really was right above my LCD so they were physically in the same location as they are desktopically. As it is, the CRT is physically to the left and desktopically below.

On the plus side, my desk hasn't been so clean for ages. The floor, on the other hand, has acquired a large collection of stuff that belongs on the desk. Or belonged until the CRT took the position of honour.

I have a couple more spare CRTs, but I'm out of ports and I don't know how well a Presario r4000 would support five monitors. Well, maybe I do know, and the outlook is not good.

Oh, and on the plus side, my room will be much warmer with a 19" CRT running in the corner.

Saturday, January 06, 2007

A few days ago I decided to make a sandwich. Yay! Swiss cheese and fake meat and sauerkraut and Russian dressing and extra-delicious bread. Toasted. It was great.

So I made another. Also delicious.

Over the course of the day I made four of those sandwiches, each as delish as the last, except for one that got a soggy spot from overly wet sauerkraut.1

Anyway, I was pondering whether I should have another when I noticed the now-half-empty Swiss cheese actually said 'Mozzarella' on the package. In retrospect, this explained the flavour, and the texture, and the lack of holes always found in what passes for Swiss cheese in the US. Oh well. Mozzarella is probably better, anyway.

I don't really have a point, but I figured I should post something, and my sister found the episode quite amusing.

1 Oh, and I guess the one after that was as delicious as the one before what was then the last.