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Friday, July 04, 2003
Sigg3 o 0 ( Beastie Boys - Girls )
I've been fooling around with B2 (Blogger 2) the entire day, but due to some problems with the comment-system, I haven't been able to finish it yet. Don't worry the design and concept stays the same, just improved and safer!
After all I paid extra $$s to get my hands on that MySQL database, so I'd really like to use it:P
The simplicity of B2 has made me thinking about making it some sort of regular feature in the designs I make. I know a few of my pages which could really need to get this sort of service. It costs, tho.
Thursday, July 03, 2003
Thanks to Zyp (zyp.serqevx.com) I've updated me.sigg3.net with a php-script that enables direct linking to sections of the page:me.sigg3.net is pretty much outdated by 2 years or so. Therefore I've planned an update, but I do not know when I'm supposed to've time to do this. We'll see, if anything happens I'll let you know..
Wednesday, July 02, 2003
Sigg3 o 0 ( Pearl Jam - Brain of J. )
As you might have gathered, I've just returned from a week spent in France. Actually 60 hours were on the bus, to and from, in 5 different countries. So, what did I do in France, Lyon? If you check out me.sigg3.net, you'll find two articles in the diary section where you'll get some sort of information on what Taizé really is.
First three days, although hot, were mostly uneventful, but then the last four days really reached a climax! I got to know some really interesting people, among others this guy from Zimbabwe and a theologist from the UK, and then some friends from last year. I think I really needed this trip to get some sort of confirmation on my thoughts on life and what I need to do in order to learn more about it. Lately Sigmund Freud has been stealing my time, but I'm soon back to read some more P. W. Zapffe (1899-1990) since I just got the books I'd ordered. Anyway, my trip to France gave me just what I needed, then some more.
Now? Now, I've summerholiday I don't know for how long and then I'll work some, think some, pack some, and prepare for my three month migration to Cuba. Can't wait really, got some preparation-tips in the mail today, and it really got me all geared up. Can't wait to leave. Don't know how things will look at Sigg3.net, though, but stay faithful and ye shall receive thine award. C you later.
Tuesday, July 01, 2003
My condolances and thoughts to Pauly who lost one of his good friends,
the 28 year old Cali Jen. RIP!
Sigg3 o 0 ( Happy birthday to Sigg3 dot net! )
Hmm... Blogger has made some really heavy changes recently. The design is all new, the features are better, postings faster aso... I like it:)
Ohh.. I have to renew my domain and server... Hmm. Think I'll make it bigger, faster and better! Till now I've had a 50mb server (used capacity: almost 30mb) without MySQL database and featurings.. I like features. No, I _love_ features. So if you find major changes going on here one day in the nearby future it'll just be me trying to work out some sort of blogging implemented to the database I'm thinking of investing in (, not to mention an additional 50mb).
Okay. Right now I'm sitting in a dimlit café, Studenten, on Karl Johan street in the capital of Norway, Oslo. Last night, having spent 30 hours on a literally crowded bus, we arrived Norway at about 6 p.m and went out for a great meal at Odeon - an outdoor resturant recommended if you can afford it. Ahh, BBQ'd Tenderloin Steak with fries and a freezing coke in your right hand. Nothing is better after having nearly starved through a week in a french monastery. When I get back home I will tell you more about it.
The new Cloroform album which will be released as late as September the 1st this fall, contains the following songs:
Well, since this costs money I can't afford I'm off, I really do not want to spend money blogging or deleting 500 SPAM e-mails! See you in a day or two!
Monday, June 23, 2003
Hi there.. Right now Im standing here, all sweat and everything, while digesting a sufficient meal by the brothers. YES I AM in France, and its freaggin hot. Ever tried standing still just sweating? - Dont bother.
Just wanted you people to know that Im OK down here.. See you later sometime. Oh, and the page looks really buggy from here and if its not just MAC OS fucking with me, I apologize. I will fix it asap when I get home.
Friday, June 20, 2003
That's it. In exactly 25 minutes I'm in the car heading for the airport. I don't know when or even if I get to update Sigg3 dot net, but stop by every once in a while and just maybe I've written a short update:)
Either way, it's only about a week, I'll be back till the 2nd of July. See you then, if not earlier!
Take it easy!
Thursday, June 19, 2003
Sigg3 o 0 ( Onkl P & Jaa9 - Stank ass Ho )
Okay, to fill you in on the situation;
1) I've finished Senior High School by taking the 2 English alt. A oral exam yesturday, at which I did well.
2) I'm going to France this Saturaday.
1. Well. I read for two days, showed up @ school yesturday at 2 p.m only to discover that my preparation and examination didn't begin until 5:30 p.m. Did alot of that hanging around, that smoking cigarettes, that surfin' the 'net, but all in all I did nothing. Waiting is funny sometimes, but this time it was a drag. I mean, I wasn't nervous to do the exam or anything, I just wanted to get it over with.
When it finnally got to be my turn, I was restless from coffe and coke:P But I entered the whole affair prepared to give what I could. Firstly I'd 25 min. of listening to an extremely boring tape of an American talking about the befores and afters 9/11. Then 35 min. reading an article on the new trend of low voter turnouts in the U.S., and some questions on the political system of America from a democratic point of view.
Then there was the examination itself. All I can remember was that I said "From my point of view" and "(..) on the other hand(..)" a great number of times, and that the examiner when supposed to talk about the American political system etc. asked me about the Welfare in the United Kingdom. He'd done a mistake, of course, but hey! I'd read my part of the prescribed English texts, so I went on in about 10 minutes before they stopped me and apologized on their behalf. Now, I thought of this as a good thing, since I wasn't even supposed to talk about the British Welfare system (or partially lack thereof). Then I returned to the task at hand, performed well, without gaping too much at the population of America. Finally, there was a short analysis on J.B Priestley's An Inspector Calls, which I've done so many times before I could do it while sleeping.
2. Going to France? Again? - Yes! I love the countryside of France, haven't actually been to any larger cities of France, so that's the only thing I can speak of. The pittoresque villages, the mood between the neighbours etc. etc. I'll tell you more about it later. It's time for breakfast and spending some time with my brother and sister.