Archive: Frivolity

X-RaceProtection: yes

Published by Jon on February 13th, 2013 in Debian, Frivolity | 2 Comments »

From time to time it occurs that two people answer a mail in the same way where one would do – closing an unblock request, for example. When this almost happened on debian-release the other day I amused myself by dreaming up an SMTP header that would prevent such embarrassment. I wasn’t being serious in the […]

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Prom Lessons

Published by Jon on August 19th, 2009 in Frivolity | Comments Off on Prom Lessons

Today I learned some important lessons: Co-ordinating seven people to arrive for a specified date and time does not work well without several hours headroom; When the Royal Albert Hall think a performance is 2h 30, and you think it’s 2h, you are very wrong; Underground trains do not traverse the whole city in fifteen […]

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Typing record

Published by Jon on June 9th, 2009 in Frivolity | Comments Off on Typing record

Bearing in mind I haven’t typed competitively for a very long time now, I thought I’d take five exercises and compare the trend: 75wpm @ 98% accuracy 82wpm @ 97.5% 95wpm @ 98.2% 99wpm @ 99% 80wpm @ 98% That’s pretty ok by me. Flattr this!

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