Because of the blizzard the SkiMarket bus was canceled so Brian, Kristian and I decided to try to make it to Mount Snow on our own. I woke up at 4:30 and was all ready to go. Turned out Brian took a few laps around his block and concluded that even in his all wheel drive vehical there was no way we were going to get out of town. I went back to sleep and loafed around all day after I woke up. I always hate when events conspire to ruin well layed plans. It all reminds me why I want to move into Cambridge. At least that way I can walk to a friends house and spend downtime like this doing something interesting.
Blizzard’s post last night reminded me that I should have some provisions just in case I got snowed in so I went across the street to the local 24 and picked up some beef jerky, two microwave meals, a gallon of water and some bread to make PB&J with. Mmmm, PB&J will get me through any crisis. I ate all six sandwiches I had made for the ski trip.
Seems like I lucked out with my car as it was right up against the parking structure it looks like not much snow got on it so hopefully tomorrow morning I will be able to get it out to go to work. Some peoples cars got completely burried in my partking lot. Here is a closeup of my car.
Get on D-BUS
My article came out in the Red Hat Magazine along with articles about HAL and NetworkManager. They all complemented each other nicely. Sorry Robert about the title clash but it was a title we had been kicking around for awhile and I only found out about your article after I submitted my final which was a couple of days before the issue went live.[read this post in: ar de es fr it ja ko pt ru zh-CN ]