Why the heck was I thinking of learning Perl when Python and c++ are far easier.
So this afternoon I looked at a range of guitar amps and cabinets - Vox, Black Star, Fender, Marshall. Everything. I really like the fact that Marshall manufactures some of their cabinets in the UK. When I change priority back to music in 2-3 years I'll probably buy some Marshall equipment. While bored I also found videos from a great Megadeth concert in Bulgaria, back in 2010.
I'm not really sad that I sold it, because I'd rather have more money in the bank. I'll buy another car within 3 years, maybe not a sports car though. That photo is just a thumbnail, you can get the original 6,000 pixel resolution copy, which looks a lot better.
I'm going to dabble in some Perl this weekend. It turns out that AWstats is made with Perl so you can do cool things with it.
I'm posting this because a lot of millennials are confused about what the role of men and women is, both in society and in relationships. There are 5 links here, you need to click "Read More"
So as usual I'm not updating this web site much. I want this web site because it allows me to host stuff with pretty much zero censorship - which is great for fighting political correctness, the biggest illness of our time. I had thought that maybe I should write more about programming and technical topics but I'm not interested in turning this Drupal web site into a CV or a blog about anything specific. Anyway here is an update of the past week.
Dabbling in Linux
The NZ Herald's article says that more women need to get into technology jobs because the average salary is (they claim) $100,000. In reality the average salary is probably not even $50,000. Depending on the company that's hiring and what they want, they can pay over $40,000 for a new employee, if the person knows a specific language very well. That doesn't mean completing a degree, it means doing the practical stuff.
God-hating feminist whores are at it again - complaining that there aren't enough women leading major technology corporations. How about they drop their $100,000 gender "science" degree and do a diploma in software engineering? No woman can become the CEO of a major corporation, unless she starts at the bottom. Which, funnily enough, is what most men do