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Futurama O’Rama.

Yeah, London was nice, but it was mostly business, not much pleasure. The NRK – soon to be my former employer – won an award at the Global Messaging 2004 conference. Yay for that! I didn’t contribute much to what led up to NRK winning the prize, but I took a picture of the CTO of my department receiving it. A cropped version has been used in an article on the NRK web-site. Unfortunately, I’m uncredited. Those bastards!

My host went down again today, meaning that I’ll speed up the process of finding a new one. I’ve still got a couple of months left on my pre-paid account on my current hosts’s serves, but in the long run I think it’ll certainly pay off to change now. Right now I’m considering Media Temple and Segment Publishing, both rather large, but they have affordable prices if you pay up front for a year or so. Any other suggestions? I’m looking for a well established host that won’t grow out of proportions like my current host did.

The reason for the title of this entry is that I bought three seasons of Futurama in a record store at Paddington Station on London. It was way cheaper than buying them from Denmark like I did the last time. So now I’ve got the complete Futurama on DVD. Good stuff.

Tomorrow I’m going to Trondheim to visit Stine, so there will be another break in my semi-stable postings. I’m back late Sunday evening.

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  1. A good Internet host that, isn’t to expensive and won’t grow to large.. Isn’t that a bit like military intelligence, a contradiction in terms?? My current host (me) has great service, but makes up for that with an Internet connection provided by GKTV (the only really reliable service GTKV provides is ignoring every mail you send to them).

  2. Me again.

    Cue: Groans

    I think I like the new theme. I can’t say for sure, because I’m currently forced to look at it with Windows Internet Explorer 5.5. I don’t like not having internet on my PowerBook :(

    Anyhow. For what it’s worth (to you, not very much, I imagine), I’m hosted by Segment Publishing. Well, they host my Dad’s business site (he does office furniture, hope you don’t mind me giving him a plug), and he allows me to leech from the server’s space and bandwidth. I like SegPub, but I’m not a nerd in the true sense of the word, and I’m not the one who does the complicated stuff with it.

    How’s that for inconclusive and unhelpful? I might go now before I embarrass myself further. Also, I myself have to plan a trip to London. Phwoar.

    Ciao.

  3. oooooh.. .PowerBook.. nice .. and while one the subject; I came across p-p-p-powerbook.com, since I’m usually the last to hear about things like this you’ve probably already heard about it.. but if not.. take the time to read the pdf.. it’s long.. but its also fun, fun, fun.. :)

  4. DAMN IT.. forgot one stupid ” and my post did an “echo stuff >> /dev/null” on me..
    oooooh.. .PowerBook.. nice .. and while one the subject; I came across p-p-p-powerbook.com, since I’m usually the last to hear about things like this you’ve probably already heard about it.. but if not.. take the time to read the pdf.. it’s long.. but its also fun, fun, fun.. :)

  5. .beldin: Authenication on one site, bandwidth limit exceeded on the other one.

    Ian: People all over the place are recommending SegPub, so I think I’ll join the bandwagon.