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02 Mar 2002 :: Finally. February has come to end, and the spring began. By the way, February in Ukrainian is "lyutyi", which can be translated directly as "fierce". Besides, yesterday spring began only formally, for in our part of the Globe there were no real frost since the middle of January... [ more.. ]

03 Feb 2001 :: Despite of my being quite active these sick days, now I'm happy to feel better. It's so snowy outside today and I look forward to going for a walk. Well, tomorrow, maybe.... [ more.. ]

12 Mar 2002 :: Finally, the show went on! Last week the "argc & argv" magazine from Kiev published my article named "A little bit of black magic in UNIX" about daemons in UNIX-like systems. The magazine itself is specialized for programmers, new issues are published every two months... [ more.. ]

rainy news
15.10.2003 23:34 Capz
Updated MSN support would be nice, so I can delete Kopete again and access MSN from my server. Most other open source projects are updating or have updated already. Either way, thanks for CenterICQ.. it's one of the predefined shells I use to start up "screen" with these days.

01.10.2003 15:05 kas
As a foolish foreigner who visits Bucharest for short periods, I was interested to read your piece about dial up cards(for internet use ), I wish they would introduce them in England. You may also be interested to know that Micro Soft changed their messenger services due to pressure from US & UK governments.
konst: Well, that's it. As far as I know there are two kinds of cards on the market. The one I wrote about, from Astral, and the others are called pcnet. They're quite easy to find, just ask at an office of any ISP. As a side note: damn, I must charge these guys for advertising them :) And as to M$, what do you mean by governments pressure? I thought it was because they're preparing to push hard on Asian (particullary Korean) markets..

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