Monday, November 04, 2002

I'll be posting up some information on the Keirsey Temperament sorter soon. It's fairly interesting. In a nutshell, it's another one of those tests that you fill out and the results tell you a bit about yourself, how you interact with other people, and gives pointers with how you can help yourself and help/understand others. The most interesting thing about this temperament sorter is that there are 4 main temperaments, but also there are 16 different types of people that you can fall under, which are loosely related to those temperaments...so it's not just "Extrovert" or "Introvert". It's quite in-depth. Something for you to chew on until I get the necessary info.
here's the website for anyone who's interested...I'm finding out right now if I'm allowed to post a self-implemented version of the sorter, so you don't have to give your email address and all that junk..etc..
The Keirsey Temperament Sorter (just to be redundant :-p )
Here's some food for thought. The first piece of suprising news: there are 13 root servers to the internet. Think of them as the backbone. The internet can probably run for quite awhile without any of them, but not indefinitely.
Now: Recently, They've been hit with a distributed denial of service(ddos) attack, and all but 4-5 went down. The attack lasted an hour or so. This has been the biggest recorded attack against the backbone of the internet.

Anyway. I'm 8 minutes away from my mythology exam. I'm not feeling very pleased. There are some friends I've been meaning to talk to, but haven't been able to, for awhile now. I need to get a job... ...lovely...

now for the good news.

I'm working on several different projects to get money
Photos from various events are being processed even as I type this. The best ones will be online shortly!

More weird internet info

And information showing that the internet is even LESS secure!
But the good news about this last link is that when more security breaches are found, the faster they get fixed.

Quote of the day: "Law and Logic are mutually exclusive. Ask any member of Congress."
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