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Theme change

New looks for a new year .. :P

Actually, i got annoyed with the old theme where the main section is not wide enough to be comfortable with. Especially when the blog post is long.

So, I decided to google for some new blogger theme and decided to pick this : http://bloggertemplates.itmag.org/2007/11/blogger-template-underground.html. After some hack around and tweaking to my taste, the result is what you see now.

Comments whether this theme better/not than the previous theme are appreciated.

Firefox3 Beta2 Release

I woke up today with a Firefox popup on my desktop, notifying that my firefox is now upgraded to Firefox 3 Beta 2. Note that I install firefox beta in my home folder, so, automatic update JustWorks(tm)

See whats new here : http://en-us.www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/3.0b2/whatsnew/

What noticable is, at last, the visual refresh for Linux is here!!



And the new addressbar is cool.

Working from home

Shamelessly modified from Tom "Spot" Callaway post : http://spot.livejournal.com/279249.html


Waking up on 6am to catch the bus: Lame
Getting a ride from a colleague to the office: Awesome
Staying back at the office till late night due to unfinished task: Lame
Working from home: Priceless

There are somethings that money cannot buy, for everything else, there's Inigo Tech


(^o^) (^.^) (^-^)

HOWTO: Making VIM in FreeBSD, Linux-user friendly

The hellish semester have ended, and I just started my 8 month internship with Inigo-Tech. I've also got an access to the company's FreeBSD server. However, one thing annoys me - the VIM acts in a way i'm not familiar with.

A quick hack to resolve this annoyance.

from the linux box
scp /etc/vimrc server.host.com:/path/to/homefolder/.vimrc

done~