Jim Mitchell (@jimmitchell)

Huntington Beach, California

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November 2007

Raging fires one week, then the possibility of flooding the next. Let’s face it — it can only happen in Southern California…

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New version of Yasu (2.5.2) released to the public. Get your very own copy at http://jimmitchell.org/p…

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Watchin’ The Packs & Cowboys on http://nfl.com/live thanks@jxpx777x777 @gruberuber

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Yasu 2.5.2 nearing release - Probably sometime tomorrow.

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Oops… Just realized I forgot to fill out my Orange county jury summons within 10 days of receipt. Hope I don’t get dinged somehow for it.

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Thank God for the daily cpanel backup I forgot I scheduled. Disaster neatly averted. The nausea has passed - I’m feeling much better now.

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Note to Self: Always make a back up of your remote files before trying to update a website wholesale using Transmit. Damn…

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Phase One complete: Bird washed, stuffed, oiled and in the oven. Phase Two begins in t-plus 7,200 and counting…

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The band got its first airplay on klbc.org tonight. It’s only internet radio - but… Wow. Funny it finally happened when we weren’t trying.

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Just learned the band is going to get some exposure on the Blues Highway show @ http://klbc.org next Wed w/ an in-studio interveiw. SUHWEET!

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Becoming intimately familiar with 10.5’s Apple PackageMaker for a day gig project. It’s a quirky bugger, but better than the Tiger version.

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OS X 10.5.1 update installed. No troubles on dual 1GHz G4 PPC Quicksilver @ work (yet anyway). Note: PPC & Intel update are one in the same.

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Awesome customer service from the Icon Factory in getting a refund for a duped PayPal transaction. Refreshing, to say the least. Thanks Ged!

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Baffled by how many Windows users try to download Yasu over & over, even after providing them a detailed explanation on the redirect page.

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Just paid the $15 for Twitterific. A little steep, but worth supporting indie developers, IMHO. Besides, I hate ads - even from the Deck.

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Have gone back to Twitter from Pownce. Mostly due to better client (Twitterific) & people I like to follow only post there.

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