For all the IT Crowd outhere

November 20, 2007 – 9:46 am by Adnan Hodzic


Perfect soundtrack for this post would be "Chimaira - Implements of Destruction" so in case you got that one by any chance, play it along while reading this post. I've been working at my University for some 20days now, it's incredible how much stuff there's going around. I had to cancel some really nice paying jobs, of course due to lack of time. Besides University and University job, I got Cisco going around :) It's interesting how stuff can turn around. For example, once I was administering and leading whole Abshost thing, after 3 years I didn't get fed up with it all. I was on a mission, on a mission of working same things as seen on "IT Crowd". After Abshost I said, I don't wanna just administer any longer, I wanna feel the pulse of the signal through my own hands, I wanna have a screwdriver in my back pocket, I ...

Busy update

November 4, 2007 – 12:52 pm by Adnan Hodzic


It's weird, how we IT people act, react and of course interact.And I'll leave that sentence as it is. But once we get good jobs, or even when we don't have jobs. We forget others, we have to figure ways to get to go out for a drink with ... last time I remember really close IT buddies. And beyond that. We stop stopping by on IRC, we stop writing blog posts, we stop doing everything.Yes, what I'm doing is much much more valuable (literally), but why was doing this all? So once you get it rolling you stop it all? But you lose a contact, then you just wanna get a reason to get out, and be free and get wasted. Maybe we should really try to level our dosages.Well first place to start of is, yes of course I was busy. Here's my story.Lately everything is going so ...

School started …

October 5, 2007 – 1:44 pm by Adnan Hodzic


School = university, started. This was my first week, for those who didn't know I transfered from old shitty university to the new one (really expensive aubih.edu.ba), so that's the reason I (am and I will be) busy, and pretty much (I think) blog absent.If you ask me, everything in IT world at this moment kind of stopped ... so there's really nothing to write about. All I'm waiting for released of Sony Ericsson W960 ... talking about phones I should write a new "top mobile games" post, New York Nights successor Miami Nights has been released. Besides that I got my hands on Metal Slug, Resident Evil ... so on.aiting for Firefox 3.0 (which I got my hands while in alpha) and KDE 4.0. KDE 4, I'll post a post about this tomorrow or day after tomorrow.So that's all folks, here's some of the screens of what I'm actually ...

Eyeglasses vs Contact lenses from geek point of view

September 20, 2007 – 4:43 pm by Adnan Hodzic


This is just my opinion, all you Slackware users ... just stick to glasses and skip this post :) Losing my eyesight ... well I'd say it started some 2 years ago, I just didn't pay too much attention to it. I go see a Ophthalmologists (let's call him an eye doctor from now on), he gives me my diopter , I go to the first store and get my eyeglasses, note my first virgin eyeglasses. Also please note that when I was getting them (my frames), my comment on which pair do I like was: "I don't give a fuck" So I got my pair, also please note that there aren't any normal eyeglasses frames nowdays! I wasn't looking anything ... "extravagant" I was just looking for a normal eyeglasses frame. Geeky ones were stolen by Emo population. Really geeky ones were just ... your grandfather style of glasses were the ...

Slackware to Debian switch, final?

September 17, 2007 – 11:37 am by Adnan Hodzic


This is going to be a rather long post, so I suggest you go get yourself a cup of coffee/beer/cigarette's or whatever your fix is. Last year, since I got this new notebook, I pretty much became a real distro slut. It was pretty much all because of the bleeding edge hardware you had and bleeding edge software that was around, Fedora ... Mandriva. Don't get me wrong, Slackware (any distro) can do those things too, but it's just ... to much pain in the ass. Long story short, I always returned home, to Slackware that is. Now I think that may not be the case, since I'm already on Debian for a month now, and it's not annoying me at all. My previous Debian experiences were mostly server based, whole philosophy was something close to reading Nietzsche, but once you got it figured ... you like it, a lot :) Of ...