How wonderfully safe the folks in New York must feel. What is that motto again... "To Protect And Serve"? Obviously with a garnish of lead and gunpowder. Melvin hopes the jury sleeps well. I'm simply not planning on any visits to New York anytime soon.
Meanwhile, HTMLArchive seems to be something of a hit. The last time I checked, Freshmeat seems to have directed over 150 folks to download HTMLArchive. Eep! The link to the web page has had over 500 hits. And the thing has only been around for five days.
Apparently, I am not the only lazy webmaster out there.
Remarkably, I've received only one article of e-mail about HTMLArchive, and that one bit of e-mail came from a friend (he paid me a nice compliment). I find this both encouraging and scary; encouraging in that at least I'm not getting flamed, but scary in that nobody has contributed ideas or code.
Perhaps folks intend to respond after I release a stable version; right now, HTMLArchive has been going through rapid changes.
Melvin and I have been eating out a lot lately, perhaps because of the stress we've felt. Tonight, we went to la Madeleine again. Always tasty.
Melvin finished his monster paper. He mailed it off earlier this week, and now awaits the grade. Considering all the work that went into it, I hope it's a good grade, or he might see if he can work for the postal service. Ironically, the subject of his paper was STRESS IN THE WORKPLACE.
I have a strong urge to hand a copy of the paper to my boss.
Damned E-Savers. Damn, damn E-Savers.
I have had a strong hope that my father and sister may come to visit before all hell breaks loose for the pair of them in Charlotte. My sister's life threatens to become considerably more complicated shortly, and we hoped that we might get a chance to visit without having to spend a ridiculous amount of money.
Unfortunately, E-Savers never came up with a flight from Charlotte to DC, until this weekend. But all hell has started to break loose in Charlotte, and my folks cannot take advantage of the E-Savers.
This completely sucks.
And so, we have to enjoy lobbing e-mail at each other, and the occasional phone call.
Meanwhile, I've rambled long enough here. Later.