Archive for August, 2000

Apache indexing configs!

Tuesday, August 29th, 2000

Yup! I released my Apache indexing configs. It’s simple to use, and even includes my spiffy icons!! To see an example, click on the "misc. stuff" icon above.

To use: Extract the tarball in your web root, and move the "htaccess" to ".htaccess".

Go to the download directory!

Sunday drive

Monday, August 28th, 2000

I decided to take off and head out of town to take a few pics. It was pretty fun. I drove for most of the day, and took a nice amount of pictures, but I should’ve taken more. Anyway, a lot of them turned out very nice, and you can see for yourself.

Air show?

Sunday, August 27th, 2000

I joined Trae and Mary to watch an air show at Korey and Jeff’s place. They invited us over to sit on their roof to watch the planes fly overhead. We heard a lot a planes, but mainly saw just air (and a few far-off planes). We still had a good time, however.

You can see Trae’s pictures of the airshow at his page,

Sawmill… fish?

Friday, August 25th, 2000

So I visited Sawmill today. It’s a fishing pond on Sawmill Road (named after the lake, I suppose). I brought my camera along for the trip and snapped up stuff all around.

It was a good "detachment" from what happened earlier today.

Enjoy the pics.

Happy birthday to me.

Friday, August 25th, 2000

I needed to drive somewhere today, and do stuff. Where and what are irrelevant; the important event is what I discovered when I got to my car.

Apparently someone had broken into my car, to steal my radio / cd player. Along with it, they pilfered my whole cd collection (which was under my passanger side seat). Of course, they had to rough up my car a bit too. Sigh.

It’s too bad really… they stole the most expensive component of the car… and the day before my birthday (this Saturday, August 26th), to boot. climbs!

Monday, August 21st, 2000

New photos of us and staff members climbing around Lover’s Leap.

LinuxWorld-related pictures posted!

Monday, August 21st, 2000

These would be pictures of LinuxWorld, but I took these before the show actually started. *grin*