a video of the File Open process
David's comment here...
...visually demonstrates the concept.
Eh? MLIS sucked!? Best. Degree. Ever.
'Tactical cello' says the first comment on YouTube. Nice.
Amon's Tobin soundtrack for Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory has always been a fave (never actually played the game! Heard the soundtrack at work one day and loved it as a standalone product)...
For those lucky enough to have TelstraClear cable available in their area, Steam is unmetered.
If you can get Steam to use the TelstraClear CDN that is!
Before I installed the very useful SteamLimiter application, I was regularly stung by content NOT coming from TelstraClear, and thus counting against my cap. Very annoying when your boys are home on holiday and decide to download the entire Call of Duty MW series so they can play through it in sequence.
Outing yourself as an old Commie user, eh? We Speccy users were keener on...
Chris Rattue, before that last, horrific quarterfinal loss to France...
So, I'm feeling quite optimistic.
Ran home from the CBD to Island Bay last night, down Adelaide Road, directly into the southerly. Much as I felt like bit of a martyr for running, hats off to the many more souls I saw cycling home into the storm. Still, it was a magic sight, and when the new flood-lit Wakefield Park came into view (or, at least, became partly visible through the brilliantly illuminated snowflakes), I thought to myself that here's a sight I'll probably never see again.
But wish I'd worn some gloves -- couldn't feel my hands at the end.
And we've only got his word that he never used it.
It doesn't really matter either way, does it?
He's committed one crime in getting the passport (all that document falsification and whatnot is, as cindy points out, a pre-meditated bit of wrong-doing).
Using it would, admittedly, made things worse (a third strike, perhaps!), but a crime had already been committed.
Also, the Wellington election seems to be proceeding in an atmosphere of total media blackout. I know very little about the candidates.
So the blogosphere steps up! We've been quizzing the candidates over at Wellingtonista...