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Kiwis for Breakfast

I love making software do things it wasn't intended to do.

Drupal wasn't, as far as I know, intended to run two separate forum systems off of one user base, sharing users/passwords/sessions/etc. But we're doing it for Kiwi. And that's just cool. And I'm sure once all the features requests come in (there's already one requesting a merged tracker option) we'll do some more impossible things.

Bringing Back The 'Fritter

Ok folks, here's what's been running through my head for the last while. You may have noticed that it's been almost one of those year things since we stopped producing The 'Fritter around here. I think we've probably all pronounced it dead and buried. I'm interested in starting up another similar project (probably hosted and operated outside of Applefritter), and I'm wondering if there's any sort of demand for yet another 'zine? If there is, what kind of material do you folks want to see more of?

Tea Support

Hey folks -

For anyone interested, yes I am working on the 'Fritter, it's just going rather slowly. This next issue will contain my Keynote article (absurdly dated by now), a Doc Webster article as always, a quick article on using stylesheets within a webpage, a review of Cory Doctorows "Eastern Standard Tribe", though mainly focussing on the license behind the book, and a review of the book "Mac Confidential 2.0" which I've just finished.


The text from my newest english project video:

The first steps weren't hard

Some forward

Some back

But sure enough

We're getting there

Step by step


If all the things we created

To bridge the gaps

Bring us together

Imagine if it actually did.


Isn't blogging useless?

Everything For Everyone

Hey folks -

Just playing with the blogging feature, which actually seems pretty cool so far. It seems to be easy to use, and my Powerbook Duo 210 is handling it just fine. Naturally, as soon as I saw bloggage, I thought of a couple of 'Fritter articles (come on, you know you never read em the first time):

That's a nice little article about contributing stuff to the internet. I like it, but it might be trash for all I know. I tend not to trust stuff that comes right out of my own head.


A nice little article on blogging. Also possibly garbage.

Well, after being that boring, I'm going to be a bit more boring and post my opinions on the songs on the new BNL albulm, Everything For Everyone:

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