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Chris Biagini

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  1. How unbelievably cool. Spotlight, indeed! Thanks!
  2. Thanks, VI. That font is actually Monaco, but it doesn't look all that computer-y at 60pt, especially once I've mutilated it in Photoshop. I think I might steer away from the whole Matrix thing, anyway. I'm not good enough to make it look cool. Maybe something simple, like ~/assortedgeekery/ in 9pt Monaco blown up to full size (so it stays pixelated). And I haven't quite figured out what I want my "path" to be, or even if it should be a path at all.
  3. Indeed. Just plug them into the same router/switch/whatever, and you're good to go. You can share files easily, and even share printers. With a free utility like PuTTY or VNC, you can even log into your Mac from the PC. You are using OS X, aren't you? The only thing that might trip you up doesn't have to do with the Mac at all...if you're behind a router, it can be kind of a pain in the neck to get a good video chat going. iChat AV seems to do a pretty good job of dealing with firewalls and NAT, but I'm not sure how well other video chat services work. Of course, if the only reason yo
  4. These are some of my favorite OS X applications...everyone's so helpful around here, thought I'd return the favor. I noticed someone posted about Butler, but I find that I like Quicksilver's interface better. You have to sign up in the forums to download the beta, but I think it's well worth it. QS does most of what apps like LaunchBar do, and then some. It has a shelf (to hold files in the middle of drag-and-drop operations), a clipboard monitor, and you can run Terminal commands without having to open a whole shell. Great for a quick killall here and there. Also on my faves list is
  5. The one on my site now is supposed to look like Matrix code, but it really doesn't. The glyphs are too tiny, and the color scheme throws people off. Problem is, if I make the glyphs any bigger, the text becomes unreadable. If I keep them green-on-black, it doesn't match the rest of the site. The end result is I make the banner with small glyphs and white-on-gray, and it just looks like a bunch of squiggles Anyone have any suggestions?
  6. Thanks for the quick reply! I hesitated to include anything generic like "127.0.0.1" or "localhost" since every computer refers to itself by those, right? I tried them, though, and they didn't work.. I can type "http://christopher-biaginis-computer.local/" into my web browser and I get the page that my own computer is serving. I was hoping that this was good enough to identify my computer to AWStats, but I guess not. It's not a huge deal, really. Thanks much for your help, though! I'm a student and I like to learn about this stuff
  7. Hi everyone. I'm new to this whole web hosting thing, but so far TCH has really been great. I very much appreciate these forums! Anyway, is there any way to filter hits from my own computer from being recorded by AWStats? I see this in the conf file: ># Do not include access from clients that match following criteria. # If your log file contains IP adresses in host field, you must put here # matching IP adresses criteria. # If DNS lookup is already done in your log file, you must put here hostname # criteria. # Note: Use space between each value. # Example: "127.0.0.1 163.84. 201.101
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