We rebuilt the (old) kernel on the firewall, and increased the size of the state table from around 5,000 to around 500,000 (oh, but both make sure you pick a number that's prime! Because computers can't figure that out for you.) Some testing seems to show it behaving better now, but I guess we'll find out for sure in a week.
Still no luck on the T1 front. Jonathan has been spending the last couple days on the phone, but it's not looking terribly hopeful for getting things installed before the end of the month. Meanwhile, other-John is trying to get Plan B going (some crazy Rube Goldberg wireless scheme.)
I put up Angela's photos of last week's Capacitor show. Her pictures are better than the ones I took of the previous show, but there aren't as many. This is because she knows what she's doing and uses a real camera; whereas I don't know what I'm doing, but since I have a digital camera, I can take hundreds of shots to get a dozen that don't totally suck.
She also finally gave me her shots of the Meg Lee Chin / Chris Connelly show from last month. The long delay was mostly because the photo CDs the lab made were absolutely terrible scans (and not for the first time) so this was the final straw that made her go buy her own film scanner.
In other news, this sunday we hosted our second wedding reception at the club, this time for our friends David and Jen. The ceremony was in a park, then dinner next door at Dulcinea, followed by drunken revelry at the club. It was a lot of fun.