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Let's call it zombie mode!
I second what my dear rattling math nerd friend wrote! Now days life is a fucking time consuming puzzle! Family life and work, work, work. I actually code for a living these days people, and there is nothing underground about that shit. Although, there will always be a few muddy projects lurking in the depths of the ring! Cheers ya'll code monkeys and lovers -- iqlord
(Not) dead by on 04/22/12 08:15
For those who wonder: The reason why this site is more or less dead is that I do math for a living now, and I barely find the time for funny stuff or code hacking any more. A shame really, but I am enjoying myself. Don't worry, the site will always remain online, unless weird laws force me otherwise. And don't forget to check in around christmas, because christmas time will always be code hacking time.
XKCD hates Fight Club by on 07/14/11 12:21
It completely broke my heart. How could I choose between XKCD and Fight Club? But seriously, he got it all wrong. Fight Club is about shooting yourself in the mouth. While on the topic: I am not dead yet - just barely alive. My thesis is slowly easing a cold, jagged blade through my ribcage and towards my heart.
IRC trouble .. again by on 02/24/11 03:42
Yadda yadda, some shit with IRC, I barely care any more. Apparently, we are now at psaux.org. DNS should update in a few.
This is the win32 prototype of my big integer library. Because of the inline assembler, it will not compile with gcc, as I pointed out before. Sooner or later there will be a written article about this library and a documentation, remember that this is just a preview.
At home, I have static IP's - and everyone else is using DHCP for their phony little plastic routers. Even I, on occasion, have to switch my network interface to DHCP. Now I finally sat down and wrote a VBScript that allows you to easiely switch a network interface from static to dynamic IP configuration, bypassing the long way through control panel etc.
Be warned: The script stores its configuration in itself. Basically, whenever you enter something in a prompt - it gets written back into the script (check the UpdateSelf routine). So - make sure you have no quotation marks in your IP address.