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Stuff with the Perl Foundation. A couple of patches in the Perl core. A few CPAN modules. That about sums it up.

Journal of Ovid (2709)

Monday August 09, 2004
08:19 PM

Fluxbox results (screenshot)

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About a year and a half ago, I posted a link to a screenshot of my desktop. I think it's time for another one. This one is the result of my playing around with Fluxbox. Unlike the previous screenshot, this one is a heck of a lot prettier in real life than in the screenshot. JPEGs aren't great for rendering color.

I hear a number of people I respect telling me that I should check out the XFCE desktop, so perhaps I'll get bored and go play over there for a while.

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  • You're listening to The Violent Femmes! Is there a story behind an obscure(ish) New Zealand band from nearly 20 years ago making it into your playlist?
    • Damn. Blast from the past. The Violent Femmes were excellent! Where the heck are my records:-)
    • I can't speak for others, but here in the Portland Goth/Industrial community, the Violent Femmes are quite popular. I never knew they were obscure.

    • I confused two different bands who were both in my music collection in the 80s - The Violent Femmes and The Verlaines. The former being from Milwaukee and the latter being from Dunedin (NZ). I shall now retreat to a warm dark place and weather the storm of public humiliation :-)

  • For a really minimalist but interesting window manager, try wmx [all-day-breakfast.com]. It's the most minimal WM I've found that still supports multiple virtual desktops. I find it charming in its own bizarre manner.