WAT (on Toradora! 24)

Ha it’s back (random episode summary ftw).


Well, I saw the spoiler somewhere before, but I still surprised (or more like, went “WAT”) when saw it. Mostly because I forgot about the spoiler already XD

I’m wondering how much the difference between anime’s and novel’s ending.

Fun with JavaScript

Go visit this site. And if many of the demos are slow for your browser, it means that your browser is worse than Chrome at JS.

…which means that Firefox 3.1b3, Opera 10 Alpha and Safari 4 Beta are worse than Chrome at JS.

This one is my favorite. Try opening it on Chrome, and then do some searching for MOAR lulz.

vnc sucks

especially on low bandwidth connection. FreeNX is much better.

But configuring FreeNX is a pita. (not really, but much more difficult than below)


(Windows’) Remote desktop wins. (okay, it is much more difficult to do on Windows Server 2003 SP2 and up thanks to licensing matter – but for standard usage it’s relatively easy).

LOL ef1 chapter 1 english “patch”

There really is one. The chapter 2 of the game (first tale) is being done by some other anonymous team (as mentioned in the readme).


Note: it isn’t really “patch”. More like, fully localized installer. But I’ll call it patch anyway.

Okay, upon checking, I’m two days late :p

Thanks to the fact that I didn’t check my feeds yesterday. My Google Reader shows up 1000+ unread items. Sigh.

Last thing you should expect in Linux

Or even you should NOT expect to work at all.

That is, power management. You know, the thing this Windows XP has got kind of correctly few years ago.

The hackery involved to enable standby/hibernate, without pre-hackery installed, is ridiculous.

And this “Suspend” and “Hibernate” button from ArchLinux/xfce4 should never be pressed until you hack em up with Unlimited Hack Works (and if it works at all).

Headache-free dual/triple/multiple-boot Windows/OpenSolaris/Linux/FreeBSD

…after being wtf-ed by trying to add GRUB entry to boot to ArchLinux’s ext4 partition.

  1. Install Windows
  2. Install OpenSolaris
  3. Install Linux/FreeBSD, with GRUB on the Linux/FreeBSD partition then add entry on OpenSolaris’ GRUB to chainload to Linux/FreeBSD partition
  4. ???
  5. Profit!

There’s also this but I prefer installing bootloader on every OS’ partition than mix-and-match OpenSolaris’ GRUB (which apparently doesn’t support ext4). Much less headache.

Lazy weeks

I be lazy. Lazier than ever.

On unrelated note, installing danbooru in secure way is fastest way to get headache. I personally recommend jail. Or zone. Or private-server-noone-else-have-access-to.