All Faiths 2008


Back row (l to r): Max, Andres, Gustafson, Paul, Jason, Jared, Shonda, Jeff. Front: Erik, Chris, Lindsay, me, Nkosi. Photo by Joy O’Quinn.
This year’s All Faiths Ultimate Frisbee tournament — proceeds of which go to the local food bank — was awesome as usual. Well run, great spirit, and great food afterwards. Thanks to Sid & Josh and all their helpers for putting on a great event.
There were 8 teams that were made up that day and competed, and my team, “Teala Tequila”, went 4 and 1, losing in the championships to the very talented squad from team Black. I had an awesome time, met a lot of great people and got some exercise in too 🙂 Special thanks to Joy for driving myself and 3 other sweaty Ultimate players there and back and hanging out for the day 🙂

Airport Card: dead?


At a meeting of the Sarasota Bradenton Digital Photographers Group. Photo by Louis Mastovich Photography
Pretty sure the 802.11b Airport Card in my G4 tower bit the dust last night. It matches the symptoms found here (“readHCFInfo:airPortExec returns error e00002e9” is printed to the console, “configd” pegs the CPU, and pulling the card fixes it) and here (one of several processes pegs the CPU at >= 100% use; System Preferences hangs when I try to access Network).
Which sucks, because I was just about to try out the Remote app for my iPod Touch.. blargh. It’s okay, though, it really wouldn’t have been anything to get too excited about, because I don’t have an Airport Express yet, to link my stereo’s audio input to what’s playing on my computer.
Going to check at work to see if anyone there has a spare Airport card kicking around they can part with, and, failing that, I bet they’re going for cheap cheap on eBay. Will report back here later.
Update, a few mins later: guess that particular card gave me service for nearly six years, on a daily basis. Not too shabby for something I bought used from eBay for $79.