Friday, March 26, 2004 is spamming me

I just got the SPAM email below offering sell me Omega 4D MultiLoaders
(whatever those are).

Clearly they got my email from scrapping the web or somewhere because
they send to (from one of my blog
entries), (used only here on my blog)
and (same thing)

What also pisses me off is they included this graphic so I had to
download 130k of their junk -- three times!

An image sent via spam by (26 Mar 2004)

REMEMBER: Don't do business with companies that use Unsolicited
Commerical Email (UCE) to market. It is an unethical marketing
technique. Thanks!

Start of Junk email from

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Invitation: MultiLoader debuts at Cleveland show

The first four-way truck with IC propulsion manufactured in North
America by Omega Lift Manufacturing will make its debut during the NA
2004 Material Handling Show in Cleveland, Ohio from March 29 to April
1, 2004

The show is held at the International Exhibition Center (I-X Service
Center) on 6200 Riverside Drive. Please stop by at booth number 1241,
where you and your customers can have a first look at the all wheel
drive, all wheel steer MultiLoader.

The Omega 4D MultiLoader series comes in capacities of 8,000, 10,000
and 12,000 pounds with a Perkins diesel, or GM LPG engine. All mast
types are available and load bed sizes from 30 to 60 inches are
offered. Super Elastic tires are standard.

Please, stop by and see us.
Baumann Handling Systems, Inc.
Manfred Kaufmann
Baumann Handling Systems, 1208 Badger Street, Yorkville, IL 60560: 800-927-
If you wish to be removed from this mailing list, please reply to this emai
l with the word "unsubscribe" in the subject line.

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Wednesday, March 17, 2004

RSS feed for debian package a day

Andrew Sweger has come up with an cool use for
blog + RSS -- educating people about one GNU/Linux debian package per

I have set up a service that publishes the name and description of
adifferent Debian GNU/Linux package every day. My goal is to
encouragepeople to explore Debian more and discover great software
they might notknow was there (with over ten thousand packages, it's
easy to overlook a few gems). It is implemented using a LiveJournal
free account called "debaday" (sounds Australian to me now). Please
feel free to pass thisinformation on to other groups you think may be

Anyone can read an HTML version of the current postings at:

The service is also freely available as as RSS feed at the following


I've added it to my Amphetadesk feed...

Late Winter Storm

Looking out side my office on St. Patrick's Day in NH.


Outside my office today (17 Mar 2004)

No green in sight today...

Friday, March 5, 2004

I've seen things, I've seen them with my eyes...

Excellent non sequitur flash to

Here are the lyrics, but they don't do the song justice.


I've seen things
I've seen them with my eyes
I've seen things
They're often in disguise


I've seen things, I've seen them with my eyes
I've seen things, they're often in disguise



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