In these quiet times...
My site has been a little quiet during the holydays. My head has not, and I’ve been living in a world of thoughts. I’ve not been able to sleep before three in the night a single night since I got home to Notodden. It sucks big time, and I’m exhausted from it. An off-button had been a great thing to have at times. Today is New Years. So I hope you have a happy one. I need to work on mine, I think.
You might remember that I got a free copy of SpamButcher to review. I’ve been using it for a while now, but I don’t think I’m going to post a review. There are two reasons for this. First of all, the new design is almost done, I only have to code a backend. The consumer section is not a part of this design and will probably not be made available in the new verison of www.vegard.net. The second reason is that it software don’t work very well. During the time I’ve been using it, 48 SPAM e-mails got through its filtering. It were able to stop about 60 or something. OK for a free trip, but not for $29.95. Or whatever the price was. Too bad.
That’s about it for tonight, I guess, see you all in 2003.
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