Another week passed by fast. Four out of five aint bad (work days), and I've booked a flight to visit my big bro (and co) this Easter today. I mean I booked the flight today. Easter's in three weeks.
This Friday I went to a museum - the first of probably a few to follow now that entrance fees have been temporarily vanquished up in here, and here's a couple of random topics I probably won't get around to making individual posts for in almost excessively concise form:
I learned a new word: alighting. It means to get off the train. How often is that actually used? On that topic: I haven't used Miscellanea since middle school. Pop quizzes were the shiznits fo rizzle. Good times.
I opened up a NameCheap hosting account recently, and ran into this weird issue: I uploaded my files, imported my database, and tried to access my site. Internal Server error. PHP limits were OK. Resource usage OK. I tried checking plugins, themes, the .htaccess file, and all you could possible check (including Google) before I found my Error Logs (apparently they were accessible via Cpanel only) and realized: CHMOD was the problem. All files were 664, so I switched to 644, and it worked! Quirk of the server, or does Namecheap explicitly not allow permissions higher than 644? Unless they stumble upon this post we may never know.
On the blog I've posted some more thoughtful stuff this week, and music, and here's last week, and that's pretty much... all I have to say. I wish time was abundant. I wish I had droves of it, and could just dive in and swim around and savor the sensation, and with that I mean I'm in short supply and time is nigh to say Goodbye for the day, so as we so ironically say in Sweden: Hey.
(Ironic because 1) We say Hey both in greeting and parting, and 2) Even when intended as parting, it'll be read as a greeting in the language of writing.)
No movie reviews this week btw, but I am currently embarking into the old wonky universe of Star Trek - from a time when special effects really were special, and in parallel to that I'm rediscovering the Batmen of ancient times. That'll be something to write about. And Cloud Atlas. I'll see yall next week.