Captains Log (sensually masculine and rather large), Fri 30 April 2010 5:10 PM
I found a page for putting Gentoo portage on my Mac. I was excited. Macports sucks when it comes to uninstalling a dependancy, reinstalling things, finding orphaned packages, finding things that need to be recompiled when libraries and other files move. Macports is pretty good, but it leaves a lot to be desired.
This is a new Gentoo portage, not the ancient one that had a lot of problems and
Fri 26 Mar 2010 07:07:50 EST
It annoys me every time that someone brings me a Windows problem that involves something that isn't actually them being a dumbarse, because my experience with Windows OSs is that I have almost none, which makes me, fundamentally, a dumbarse when it comes to solving non-dumbarse issues, yet it happens often enough to be annoying.
"How do I get around this Windows Genuine Advantage shit?"
"How do I figure out what's causing
19 year old girls on the internet are not to be trusted, not even if they seem incredibly grounded (which I am not) and mature for their age.
I'm sure the question in everyone's head is "Why is Dean putting any time into strange 19 year olds?" Its a good question, and part of my answer is "Exactly!", but part of it is an explanation as well. Its someone who I came across as a 13 year old 5 years ago, who I found rather annoying at the time but forced myself to
Tuesday 15 December 2009, 1:32 PM
I find it hard to believe that everything falls at the same speed inside of a vacuum. We got a new vacuum and it has one of those clear things where the dirt flies around in a circle... a bagless vacuum, and its pretty obvious that a marble would end up at the bottom while a feather would just keep spinning around and around.
The only scenario I can think of where a feather and a marble would fall at the same speed inside of a vacuum