One of the biggest annoyances with OS X is that telnet client, for some retarded reason, has a default setting to auto-login with your current username to the remote system. Finally I’ve discovered a way to disable that! Sure you can type “telnet -K host” which disables the auto-login, but I hate typing that every time. Instead, do this from a shell prompt: echo “default unset autologin” >> ~/.telnetrc
That’s all! Enjoy.
July 2008 began a very stressful time in my life. Many of you know the story. Over the last year and a half I have struggled to keep sane while looking for new jobs, pushing my resume and trying to keep things going at Cyberlink. Today I am glad to announce that I have a contract position with Omnicity Corp. After 90 days if everything goes well they will be converting me to a full-time employee. I am very grateful for this opportunity and very excited to see what is in store for me at Omnicity. Thank you to everyone who has supported me during this stressful time! You are amazing.
So far everything is coming together with the site. Yes, it’s stupid easy to put together something in WordPress, but I had to edit the header and the colors. That’s hard work! I mean, you have to open a text editor, edit the file, upload it… <5 minutes later> And there we are! More content will follow as time permits. Probably.