Hating JWZ now illegal in Georgia

Plate number spurs state to cut out HA8

Gumina's getting a new plate, and the one he has will be taken out of circulation.

What's more, the state will stop issuing prestige plates - also called vanity or personalized plates - that start with HA8 or H8, revenue department spokesman Charles Willey said.

"Hate has become a very popular prefix to a vanity plate," ADL spokesman Bill Nigut said. "I just don't think there's room for that in our civil discourse."

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Toothy Android Much Hotter Without Skin

(Previously, previously, previously.)

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the uncanny esophagus

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DNA Lounge: Wherein you can see ultraviolet and buy little pieces of paper.

Photos are up of Ultraviolet at Pop Roxx. They were great, go buy their CD!

There are also new photos from some recent Booties and Remedies that I happened upon recently.

We're doing something new: we're actually mailing out hard tickets for Bootie New Year's Eve, instead of doing will-call only. People enjoy having physical tickets, right? I hope so, because it meant I had to hack PHP to make our store able to do this at all. And PHP really sucks, man.

Also, jwz mixtape 006 went up a few days ago.


"Please don't suck."

The Ha Ha Ha Times

Page 2, 3, 4.


mixtape 006

Please enjoy jwz mixtape 006.

It is perhaps a bit different than what you have come to expect so far.

It is also composed of music that is not terribly recent, as I've pretty much lost track of releases in this style in the last few years. Please to be making the suggestions.

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Current Music: as noted

iPhone Dali Clock

Mike Akers ported Dali Clock to the iPhone. He says, "it's now installable via Installer.app, in the Utilities section."

I don't have (and don't want) an iPhone* so I don't know what that means, but presumably those of you who do, do.

* Hate the on-screen keyboard, find their policy of making third-party software difficult to install to be offensive.

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dear ISP, your shipment of Fail has arrived

If you sent mail to me (or to anyone whose name ends in "@dnalounge.com") between 3AM and 8PM on Wed Nov 21, it bounced. If it mattered, please resend.
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do not taunt happy fun concrete


10.5.[01] broke ptys

Hey, I think I found a kernel bug. It's preventing the "Phosphor" screen saver (and others) from working properly on 10.5. As far as I can tell, if you have a pipe, and the process on the other end exits, the pipe flushes: all bytes that have been written to the pipe from the child but not yet read by the parent vanish. I reported it to Apple (5606018); no response yet.

<LJ-CUT text=" --More--(33%) ">

/* gcc test.c -lutil */

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <util.h>

static int
int fd = -1;
pid_t pid;

if ((pid = forkpty(&fd, NULL, NULL, NULL)) < 0)
else if (!pid)
printf ("0123456789\n");

/* #### Uncommenting this makes it work! */
/* sleep(20); */

exit (0);

return fd;

main (int argc, char **argv)
char s[1024];
int n;
int fd = do_fork();

/* On 10.4, this prints the whole 10 character line, 1 char per second.
On 10.5, it prints 1 character and stops.
do {
n = read (fd, s, 1);
if (n > 0) fprintf (stderr, "%c", *s);
sleep (1);
} while (n > 0);

return 0;

Update, 2 Sep 2009: Still broken in exactly the same way in 10.6.
(And also 10.7.)

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