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New Digs

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So that post I published with Cay @ Sea World wrecked my Movable Type 3.2 installation and that's why there's been no new content here for more than a month.

After many hours and headaches I am finally up and running again here @ nigelstewart.org.

Welcome back.  I'm going to be upgrading my site here and posting mucho content the next few months.  Look out!

Flock test

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A few months ago I tried out the web browser Flock and kind of migrated back to Firefox because of the great extensions. Flock just came out with their first official beta release and I'm posting this blog entry with Flock's built in blogging tool that features a drag and drop GUI. So far so good.

Flock — The web browser for you and your friends

Here's a pic test:

Above is Arnold Pouteau's Downtown with a (re)rouch of Blue which I found on Flickr's Explore Page.

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Blogged with Flock

So two days ago was my last day to activate the Windows XP SP2 Home Edition I installed thanks to my friend Kathleen. I had thirty days of pure fps gaming joy. When it came time to pay the piper, I headed over to Kathleen's and got some Product Key numbers but Ebu in India told me that you can't license one copy of Windows on two different PCs.

As a Mac user this was a mystery to me and so I thought oh well I guess that is the universe's way of telling me that it was time for me to jump into Linux and learn Wine.

While doing a cursory bit of research yesterday after my license expired, I found out that most installs of Linux don't allow for dual monitor setups so right away I was put off. I started prowling Bittorrent sites for pirate copies of XP or Product Key numbers. There was no way in hell I was gonna shell out two hunjee for piece of shit software that requires more maintenance and care than its worth. Bill Gates can suck my bandwidth.

Luckily I found a nice torrent on demonoid that featured a VLK education version that circumvents activation. Setup is copying files as I write this. Now all I have to do is download Steam again and reinstall Oblivion. Oh no! I just realized I lost my Oblivion character! Oh Willard! Thou art lost forever. :(

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