Greetings from Jerusalem! We arrived in Tel Aviv early this morning, took a nap, and have been visiting with friends today. I’m typing this from a sealed room — Daniel and Miriam’s second bedroom serves mostly as a computer room but also contains supplies and has windows taped shut to guard against a chemical or […]
Month: March 2003
We’re leaving this afternoon for a long-overdue vacation. It’s Ariella’s spring break from UCLA. Here’s our itinerary: Thu, Mar 20: arrive in Rome. Wed, Mar 26: depart Rome for Tel Aviv. Stopover in Budapest. Thu, Mar 27: arrive in Tel Aviv. Travel to Jerusalem. Sun, Mar 30: travel from Jerusalem to Ramat Gan. Overnight in […]
Photos from last night’s Purim 5763 celebration at the Shtibl Minyan are now available online. As promised, it was a rockin’ good time.
Tonight’s Purim Spiel at the Shtibl Minyan is gonna be a rockin’ good time. We’ve written 11 sketches.
If you need to run both SSL and non-SSL Apache 1.3 on the same host, the most efficient way is to run two separate server instances rather than using <VirutalHost>s and mutltiple Listen directives. If you use multiple Listen statements to listen on either multiple ports or multiple addresses, Apache needs to use select() in […]
I mentioned yesterday that Yahoo! is hiring engineers. One of my open reqs just hit the join.yahoo.com site. Our recruiter just sent me 7 resumes of potential candidates in the last 20 minutes! I guess this is why they say that it’s close to impossible to be a manager and still have time to write […]
I’ve read recent reports that unemployment in Silicon Valley is at 8 percent. Sounds pretty dismal. But it looks like Yahoo! is starting to hire again. If you search our database, you’ll see approximately 40 engineering headcount. I didn’t check other positions, but I think the rest of the company is growing, too. And Google, […]
For sale on eBay: UN Security Council Vote On Gulf War Redux I wonder if the Chilean government will petition eBay to pull this from the site. 🙂
Whoo-hoo! I’m an inventor (almost). United States Patent Application 20030050863, “Targeted advertisements using time-dependent key search terms“, was just published today. As my cousin Rich points out, the patent hasn’t actually been granted yet. The publication of the patent is important nonetheless, because it establishes prior art.
I registered the domain name mvhs93.com today for my 10-year high school reunion. I’m not a web design expert, so we’ve hired classmate German Fabella‘s design firm Launchpad Studio to make it look prettier than my lame save the date web page.