the automatic web log
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* <-- esr
* <-- Scott Ludlam <3
* <-- so very neale
* <-- okay, now THAT is rich
* <-- neale looks like people stopping to go witness the eclipse will be a stronger force on the grid than the sudden solar drop
* <-- neale
* <-- starts out with four flats, then nukes those before the main event on that first line
* <-- At this point I find myself wondering where I made an ill-advised turn
* <-- sarah
* <-- eythian
* <-- interesting issue of solar power
* <-- mmmm, stinkbug tacos
* <-- wtf. I'm seeing this quite often in the last day or so. a packet comes in out of order and the router goes "fuck this"
* <-- This is not code language. Nothing I could say would make more sense given what this magazine is called and what it is about.
* <-- emad
* <-- When I get that now feeling like I am not loving the lord enough or just plain getting to smart for my own good I take Lead and it helps get me through a hectic day. --- I think that I remember seeing this back in the nineties; but these days I'm not so sure /what/ I remember
* <-- the Raspberry Kids are all pr0n for losing the ARM
* <-- because autoincrementing primary keys are so 1990s
* <-- neale
* <-- bz2
* <-- nemo
* <-- "So, 10/10 for customer service, 0/10 for morality."
* <-- does what it says on the tin
* <-- 38, 83... sudden death, long illness... I should go back outside
* <-- I made a thing.

dumont, master of the io tower clickolinko was created by Neale Pickett, who was too modest to credit himself.
Sean Neakums, who butchered clickolinko after installing it on flynn, does not suffer from that problem.
Props to the usual gang of idiots for ideas, suggestions, testing and shouting.