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Tuesday, August 30, 2005

We All Live In A Yellow Submarine #

Woah! That was a quick month!

Yeah, so, I've pretty much been working. Mostly every day. Let's go through the highlights.

August 16th was the C.U.R.B. ride, which benefits those with physical disabilities in Long Beach by getting things wheelchair accessible. I think it stands for Citizens United to Remove Barriers. It's on the shirt from last year's ride, but I can never remember off the top of my head.

Work at LongBeachRadio.com is coming along, albeit extremely slowly. I've gotten a basic site up thanks to some ad hoc hosting. Keep in mind that I, or we, are still looking for just about anyone to help. Disc jockeys, podjockeys (New word? Maybe.), as well as behind-the-scenes people. In fact, I'd (or we'd) really appreciate it if someone could donate a location for us. I'd rather not have to do it out of my house. Also, I hope to have a bunch of subscriber-only features, such as video, that need people to create them. If you're interested in any of these, or you have more ideas, send your résumés to gordon@longbeachradio.com. (Keep in mind that you need not have a résumé to join our ranks. At least, not yet.) It would be preferable that you're from Long Beach, or, at the very least, from around the area. (Atlantic Beach, Lido Beach, Point Lookout, Island Park, and Oceanside are the limits when it comes to "around the area".) Oh, and if you think I should be saying curriculum vitæ, you're probably not right for the job. Donations of equipment (doesn't matter whether it's new or used, as long as it's working) are also accepted. As for advertisements, let's get the show up and running first. I don't want to make any promises that I can't follow through with.

Next on the agenda here: tomorrow's my last day at work. Reason being? School starts in a week from tomorrow. And I haven't really had much off time all summer. I'm not a robot, you know. Which leads to my class schedule. Due to some technical problems with the server that I usually host my personal stuff on, I haven't been able to upload it anywhere, yet, so you'll have to ask me if you want to know. (Incidentally, when the server comes back up, the file will probably be here.)

I saw this ad today in a magazine I was reading at work, and I just loved their concept. Not the concept of their product, but the concept of their ad. Combining speed and security. And, so, I unveil to you, my new mascot: A hare with a tortoise shell on its back What I find odd, though, is that the magazine came in the mail today, but the link leads in the ad leads to a 404 page. From IIS. Which is horrible in every way possible. Including both speed and security, AFAIK. But it's from SafeNet, which seems to be an encryption company or something. I don't know. This is the link, if you want to check it out. Maybe it'll eventually give them some revenue or something.

I think that's about it for now. I think I had another subject to touch upon earlier, but I can't recall it at the moment. One last tidbit, in case anyone's wondering, I have AP Chemisty first period. So, if that's the only part of my schedule you wanted (I don't know, it seems important), there you go. Until next time (at which point I will no doubt touch upon Van Dyke's sudden departure as chairperson of the Foreign Language, or, as Restivo says, the Languages Other Than English, department).


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