I've decided after good example to write some diary pages with toughts and events.
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Psa 58:1 [[To the chief Musician, Altaschith, Michtam of David.]] Do ye indeed speak righteousness, O congregation? do ye judge uprightly, O ye sons of men?
Psa 58:2 Yea, in heart ye work wickedness; ye weigh the violence of your hands in the earth.
Psa 58:3 The wicked are estranged from the womb: they go astray as soon as they be born, speaking lies.
Psa 58:4 Their poison [is] like the poison of a serpent: [they are] like the deaf adder [that] stoppeth her ear;
Psa 58:5 Which will not hearken to the voice of charmers, charming never so wisely.
Psa 58:6 Break their teeth, O God, in their mouth: break out the great teeth of the young lions, O LORD.
Psa 58:7 Let them melt away as waters [which] run continually: [when] he bendeth [his bow to shoot] his arrows, let them be as cut in pieces.
Psa 58:8 As a snail [which] melteth, let [every one of them] pass away: [like] the untimely birth of a woman, [that] they may not see the sun.
Psa 58:9 Before your pots can feel the thorns, he shall take them away as with a whirlwind, both living, and in [his] wrath.
Psa 58:10 The righteous shall rejoice when he seeth the vengeance: he shall wash his feet in the blood of the wicked.
Psa 58:11 So that a man shall say, Verily [there is] a reward for the righteous: verily he is a God that judgeth in the earth.Vanity of vanities, all is vanity, there is nothing new under the sun:
I've been quite computeractive, which isn't bad, normally, and at least my experience list has gained significant fashionable experience items, though my home page curriculum didn't get updated with them yet. Seriously, so this guy can built computer circuits that work, be at least amoung world top theoretical physisists, and he must prove he can operate photoshop or lets say some package I don't indeed also know, too, to make sure the advertisers of the world cannot reject him to make a small ton of money in computers? This world is crazy, not me...
As I said, the install went fine enough, and the machine runs ok enough to indeed take as server machine, in the beginning doubling as client machine, with automatic startup menu in now set to autostart 2000 after a few seconds. Restarting 2000 server isn't funny, that takes nearly halfway forever, but then again, thus far it needed only a handfull of real reboots, I think, due to real error, and some more for half or suspected errors, and of course for installs and simply not to let the machine eat power overnight for no reason.
I yesterday read about a linux based multiprocessor system whichi supposedly had their nodes running for many months, doing all kinds of parallel computations, without ever having rebooted... I don't think I'd try that with microsoft inside, but then again, as a server it can operate. As an advanced example, last week I had a media encoder serve one or two client with real time encoded audio streams, feeding it with a realplayer source, proxied by the windows 95 machine, connected to the web over ISDN, and it worked for hours, no problem, which is on a 95 machine can easily be, there the encoder and decoder crash more then infrequently for no better reasons than me not minding the windows builtup and refresh cpu cycle assignment combined with my operation patterns.
This 2000 does routing and internet serving and database (still need to put on sql server), which are the next targets, I got its two network interfaces to work fine enough now, but routing another machine on the second network to the proxy server didn't immedeately succeed as simple as lets say changing file access permissions on a directory (isn't ntfs the same or similar as unix had like, 15 years ago?)
Windows itself is throughseeable enough, though for me, which is not at all to say it is transparent, it isn't, though having all processes on a row and all server components reasonably configurable over windows in interation time, regularly even, is not badness.
As usual, it installed also on 2000 straight away and easily, and it runs my applications also straight away, for instance bwise, but also pcom, the file exchange and chat tcl/tk program downloadable on my pages, runs straight away, even by double clicking it to start up. Making a connection to another party also with pcom worked easy enough once the network worked, lets say when it pings pcom also works, which is even handy at times, and certainly proof the way of working can be fruitfull.
The tcl webserver I've tried in various varieties, straight from its distribution, which does take some library householding, it works fine on 2000, it serves well, fast enough too. I put the hebrew and greek typing windows extension on, and presto: real time internet serving of greek and hebrew texts.
Also, I downloaded a trial version of infocetera, which works quite well in fact, for setting up a hosting site, it may be a good choice, though its server engine requires and extension to tcl, and it is commercial after 30 days.
Obviously, the two might connect, and for that reason, the 2000 server received an additional network card, and without real reason, except that some cable crossing activities remained only partially fruitfull, a little 4 outlet 10baseT hub, while the w95 150 MHz machine was upgraded with a network card just the same, which in the end, though I must say that took some thinking and work, which shouldn't have been there with a few proper manuals or books, happily take part in data exchange of about 1Mbyte per second windows file sharing, both ways, and tcp-ip connections of various kinds, including from my own programs, and of real media stream kind.
Jimi: You can't take away the effect. You may not want to. I may not
want to. ... You might have to stay at a place now, you know, but you
don't necessarily have to live here for the rest of your life, though.
Do you expect to do this for the rest of your life in the same place?
I mean, you know, the same scenery. Walking down the same street to go
to the same office. Regardless if you're making a million dollars. Oh
okay, I'll say a million pound. But still this thing-catch yourself
for a second- you're walking down the same street for thirty years,
man, punching in the same clock. You might even be the whole president
of it, you might even one o'clock in the afternoon. 'Cause you the
president of this business that you made up.
Voice 1: Well it comes a time when you got to stop.
Voice 2: When it comes to terms, well then you got
Jimi: Well, definately. Well. I haven't reached that yet, you know.
I got a chance to make recordings to five hundred pounds
a week. Now who wants to spend one place going to the same studio
and do this for the rest of their lives? My life doesn't go ike that.
If I got a gig doing five hundred pounds a week, and I got bored, I'm
gonna quit it, man, and go on to something else. But still I'd try
to get into something, you know.
Quite naturally you have to make bread in order to live. ...
My own opinion of making bread is secondary. ... You know, I keep
saying these things over and over again. I'm just trying to clear
the point that making bread is not that much to me. It's only the
necessary things I need. Like, I see a pretty scarf, I might want
to get. I get it. Like I see a jacket-you know ... As far as going
out and saving bread ... and set up money ... setting up a contract
and say that when I get to be sixty-five I get the residuals and
have so much money coming in ... You see-it's little things like that
I want to see the North Pole, I want to see the South Pole. I want to see
this mountain so they say they have in the South Pole. I want to see Moscow,
you know. I want to witness a slight bit of pain of what I hear about. Which
might not even come about. Because it might be all propaganda. No, I
don't want to witness it for too long as it ws gonna hurt me.
Physically, I want to witness. ...
This is America -the heat you sweat and you be so wet ... underground ...
I want to witness this for at least about a minute or two.
Clapton: ... to witness it, man, for months and realy die, you know-that's
the way. I'd die a million times. You know when I was ...
Jimi: (interrupting) ... Well over a million times walking through London.
Or even around the capital of London, you fall in love a thousand times
a day. You know, I look at the girls, you know. But. after I guess about
after an hour after we get completely wound up and then you ...
Voice 1: interrupting) Yeah, but you should never ... because this is an
immediate hangup. ...
Jimi: But there's not-it's not nothing deep, it won't ...
there's no pain in falling in love for a second or even for three minutes.
See it takes an average person, a girl, to walk-somebody you might really
dig by sight, you know-from a departmant store to a restaurant and you might
wait for a red light. I mean like three minutes ...
So there's no harm in falling in love that one second. For the rest of your
live you fall in love. Dig, listen what I say now, you say, boy a I want
to marry her, I don't even know her number, first time I ever seen her
in whole life-I just seen her on the street. But then after, okay man, you
go to the third workout, she's on your mind continuous-so beautiful.
Then you're back to your only self again. So you shouldn't say you don't
want to go and see my gigs cause it's so good to indulge the beauty of a
girl you've never seen before. But it's not the last girl. You don't have
to let something life that hang you up. Especially by eyesight, because
that's nothing but memories.
Voice 2: What happens when you meet them?
Jimi: O.K. if you meet them or something, that's _social_. I'm not talking
about meeting them, I'm talking about _seeing_ them. You see a girl in a
green coat and purple suede shoes prancing on the corner-not over there
[laughter]-well anyway, you know, so you fall in love right there in a
_second_. I'd go down on her. I'd do _anything_ ... _But_ after fifteen
minutes you're down in another part of the street going toward your office
that you intend in the first place and then you fell a love for this person-
and that's beautiful because at least you still have your own mind.
If you have any kind of imaginary mind it's saying that you belong to
earth and earth only. That's all you can say. You belong to the people-
the people go out to you. That's all you can say. You can't go by
commercial values. And then, plus, you have to say to yourself, "Well,
I realy don't mind this person 'cause I might change my own self. So
why change and then gonna be hurting on this, you know?" ... When it's
time for you to die you gotta do it all by yourself. Nobody's going to
help you. Sweet words don't help nobody. That's nothing but just audio,
you know, nothin' but ears, something that you hear. So you have to do
it by yourself, s quite naturally ... You can owe yourself to somebody.
You can owe yourself to somebody. You can give yourself to somebody.
You can take yourself away from somebody if you want to. But in a split
second-because don't forget-it's _your_ life.
All complete in your life. You understand? O.K., you have the privilege
to get hung up over somebody. But still you yourself have the privilege
to get _un_hung up over somebody. As soon as possible, if you want it
to be as soon as possible. At any time, man. It's your own life. Freedom
is the key word to this whole thing, and people don't understand
that because their brains are too complex, they can't understand that.
Imagination and creation are the key words to this whole earth. Why do
you think you have a great part in your brain as to where you can be
creative, as to where you can help your own? Like, why do you think that
every single human being on this earth is so different than every
other one-in one way or another, you know? There's a purpose behind this.
It's because everybody has their own ways, they can do exactly what
they want. Marriage, marriage, and other artificial forms that have been
passed down generation to generation, say it's bad to make love to girl
or whore, or cross to the other side when you've been going berserk for
three years ... that is nothing but artificial rules. For instance, this
is a very elementary for instance, but I say, but anybody would
Clapton: What do you need for someone to love you because you've got your
own bag? What do I need for someone to love me because I got all my
own self to keep me going? ... the people that don't create because you
feel that want to show them and teach them something and they destroy
you because they can't understand you.
Jimi: That's right. Because if you get too hung up amoung them ... because
if your mind is too way out ... but we take it we're talking about
conventional people ...
Chrissie: Am I here? ...
Jimi: Don't be stupid. You are here. (laughter)
(Chrissie talks over the converstion and all voice mix temporarily)
Jimi: Anyway, that's the voice of Christine. Lovely Christine.
(here the tape is confused-switching on and off amid banter and
laughter of Jimi, Chrissiem and the others)
Jimi: She is so groovy. Some girls can be so sweet. ...
Voice 2: Is that the girl who always answers the bell at your flat?
Jimi: That's Chas's girlfriend. She's very pretty. I mean pretty in the
Voice 2: She always sounds as if she's just got out of bed. Every time
she answers the phone.
Jimi: Yeah, she's Swedish. She has this accent-an accent slightly ...
Voice 2: Yeah, I know. It didn't distract me at all.
Jimi: ... I find out-even when I get sober I find out that I tell more
of the truth on my own self when I am like this than when I'm sober.
Music an life-the flow-goes so closely, it's sort of like a parallel
that is going like this [apparently illustrating the point to everybody]
very roughly, but it's still such a parallel.
Voice 2: But it fascinates me that you would get through life without
even beginning to play or understand music. ...
Jimi: but the reason is that they may not know. You see, music is a form
of life itself and these people don't know. Like some people could tell
you, "I don't know nothing about music." O.K., they don't know nothing
about music, but still music enters their life some kind of way. In some
ways they don't even know. As where they feel they're acting because of
some kind of artificial means. But relaxation and music plays such an
important part in their lives. They say, "Oh yea, we remember the classics."
They say it as if classics are no with us-they consider it as something
else. But music is nobody's soul. Something from somebody's real heart.
You know, that theyt could really express by notes. Right now, people
be expressing music by long hair, you know? Where you get a lot-like
this song called "One Mile Long" for instance. There's different ways.
Music is the whole life. People don't know it, but they ... in music even
if they work in a bank. Music, man, it means so many things. It doesn't
mean necessarily physical notes that you hear by ear. It could be notes
that you hear by feeling or thought or by imagination or even by emotions.
You know that's all there is.
Voice 2: That's all there is. Is that all there is to you?
Jimi: Nothing but music ... life ... that's all.
Voice 1: That's great.
Clapton: I am going to be a millionaire. I plan to buy myself huge cars.
i sort of brings ou down terribly. At the same time I have a kind of idea that
money is kinda necessary.
Jimi: Yeah. Quite naturally it's going to be kinda necessary to do these things.
But you know basic ... money around what you want to do, right? It's a thing-not
like saying, by the time I get to forty-two and I have three months and a half
for my birthday ... by the time I get to forty two I plan to have a million
pounds in the bank. It isn't like that with me. I don't think-it might not
be like that with you, you know. Instead of saying I want a million pounds
like that, I say, by the time I get to forty-two no telling what happens
but I hope I can still remember it: how I'm living now and what I do before
and between now and forty-two, you know. It's a thing like that. Money, wow!
Money is commercial. Human beings make money. I almost hate human beings
as a certain thing that's making these beautiful ideas and commercial values
like money, like real estate, and like this and that, this and this-the same
old stuff. You see, human beings are so screwed. They are the most complicated
animals on the earth and probably the ones who are ruling the earth. Excuse me
for hanging on this. ... Just in case anybody can hear the guitar in the
background, that's me playing ... starving ... [laughing], anyway getting
right back, you can let money rule, you have to rule money the way you want
to use it.
Voice 1: ... two cats who say that their talent is making money and that's
waht they want to do, they want to make money.
Jimi: Yeah, O.K., I'll tell you what. I want to make the money as where I can live
when I get bald, you know-when all these curls fall out and the teasing and
the hair spray and what they call all those things I do with my hair-when
all this shit falls out I want to get that money, get that money to hold me
together to do what I want to do in _life_. Not my life toward money. Listen,
knowing that you can get it on with a girl and really get it on with a girl-so
much of a contrast, so different, man. Like wooing with, hee-hee, you can
probably figure out ... might be so beautiful there, you know.
Clapton: But what really hangs me up 0s-isn't the girl because, I mean, she's
a great girl, she's having good time, and as far as my concern, that's really
great. What hangs me up is attitude-I mean loot at me ... she doesn't even
sort of ... but she says hello ... but she's got no craft. Except attention
gets fantastic, life feels like an extraordinary game of cards, that strangers
can be lovers but friends are hardly friends at all.
Jimi: (interrupting) Oh beautiful!
Clapton: (continuing) ... and it's sort of strange you know, and this is sort
of entirely something I can't understand it. And this is what hangs me up,
not knowing, not understanding, you know.
Jimi: O.K. Like this girl I know named Christine, like you know, I know this girl
named Christine, and she's so beautiful , her mind so together. But see, I don't
even want to get cought up to her actually, you know. It's because of the
thing that, I don't know what it is, it might be a phase in my life, it might
be something else ... it's not that I'm hoggish, but want to have this freedom
feeling regardless of what comes to me good or bad, you know. Like we can be
going together-going together is so beautiful. But dig, there are some things
I couldn't _explain_. Like ... I want to be with her _all_ the time, possibly.
I want her and I ho to the show. And different things. Just do different things.
I like to take her anywhere I go like South America, Canada-regardless,
America ... wherever it is. But man, I might get stoned completely out of
my mind, you know [laughter]. Completely. And then also I might go in this
funny other bag she might not understand. She might understand it, but I can
suss it through that she might not. And if she ... All human beings are selfish
to a certain extent ... to be .. you know ... just ... up and keep talking
about being free and stuff. And she just doesn't understand this ... it might
even last for three minutes, it might last for five ...
Clapton: ... One day you gonna wake up ... and it's all ... gonna be gone.
Because this was ... the way I felt at the time, and I changed my life
anyway ... and she realy couldn't understand. ... She says, "Please darling,
please say goodbye before you go."
Jimi: Aw ... do this and do that.
Clapton: You wake up early, you know. ... Yeah, people don't understand that you
want to be free. And the thing is, you see, what is unfair about this is, I said
it to her at the beginning and it hung her up. At the end she left me and it
destroyed me. Because I had become her and she had become me ...
Jimi: Beautiful, beautiful ... oh God, that happens to me so much. Like O.K.,
first of all, when you-when you know what it realy is? It's a thing like when
you know you can have somebody-just being very very frank-you can be, you can
like a person, but that person, like when they're around, you say, "Ah well,
I dig this girl, and all this. But dig this sitting at the bar,or dig this
sitting about three feet away from the bandstand-outasight."
_But_ deep down inside-this doesn't come out then-but deep down inside you can
say, "Yeah, well, I'm digging this other girl, but she's digging me, too,
you know. So you know, let me go on and you know cop this what's sitting
at the bar or three feet from the stage." And then quite naturally the bitch
is gonna call me anyway, you know, so I say, "Well, you know, baby, it's a
thing like so such ... you could really love somebody ... but you still
might mess around, you know, and you might ... "
Voice 2: Aren't you caught man, by the fact that you're Jimi Hendrix? You're
the guy that magazines are going to talk about. And say ...
Jimi: (interrupting) I don't know anything about that.
VOice 2: (continuing) ... but listen, man, this makes sense. Because, like,
remember this group called the Mersey Beat or someting. They got completely
blown-the whole scene just fell apart-because one day they said, "Well, listen,
man, you know, we see these chicks and we think, 'Great!'" So now it's great
and tomorrow is no good. Because this is the way _everybody_ feels. I mean it's
just the way we all go. We like a girl one night and you don-t like her the
next-and and the girls are the same. But suddenly these guys were caught by
the fact that they were in the public eye ... this is what frightens me ...
I don't want to be friend. ...
(tape skips suddenly)
Clapton: But I think she's realy nice because she digs my work. ... I had her
in my flat for three hours and she didn't sort of get bugged at all. Now, the
point is that suddenly you can change your chick every day, man. Because I might
be a writer or a photographer and suddenly you're stuck by public image. This
destroys me, you know, because I've got a chance as a ... to become famous.
I don't want to become famous because then I'm caught by my public image. When
I become famous-when I become famous I'm going to stop photographs-I'm going
to become a unrecognizable character.
Jimi: That's right. Just like you might meet beautiful girls-just might be "Miss
right" and go off into something so completely. But you might meet a beautiful
girl because of your name, you know. Somebody says, "Well, listen, I'm your manager,
you know, I'm so-and-so, and I want you to meet this _model_ just came in from
Paris. And she's _beautiful_. But there is a thing like, just like ... being frank
again-but mine might not look as ... I mean, she might look so beautiful, more
than this girl you might realy dig. But still you gotta be around you know ...
it's a thing like, oh God! ... understand the fact that you might still love
somebody deep down inside but still physically a such an elementary stage as you
might "screw" somebody else, you know. But still deep down inside you have this
deeper feeling for a person that you might've ...
Clapton: I know I can screw anybody but it doesn't chance ... (he is interrupted by
several voices, all indistinguishable)
Jimi: That's right. Aw, if girls could understand this. Listen, I'm'a tell you
something, man. Girls realy couldn't understand this.
(this next remark by Clapton sparks a highly spirited conversation and the tape
is riddled with indistinguishable voices and remarks)
Clapton: No, it's not-it's what they say-if girls could understand it ... if it's
this, man. You are a man ... so listen. I dig this girl. I think she's the
greatest thing that ever happened to me and I'll always, you know, be awed by her ...
but I can go out and screw a thousand other girls and think "I still dig Chrissie."
But what happens when Cristine gets up and screws another thousand blokes plus ...
All together: That's right! Then it gets really! Owww man!
Jimi: That's right, men are ...
Clapton: ... They've got phrases like, "It's a man's prerogative" ... I think men ...
the whole world makes me laugh right now ... 'cause I mean my concerts are ...
(confusion settles somewhat)
Chrissie: Leave a seat for me ...
Clapton: Yeah, well, you know, baby, any time you want to come along and have
a look at ...
(repeated gaps in the tape during the following remarks by Jimi)
Jimi: ... most the time if it's somebody I realy like I don't want to hurt them
no kinda way. Regardless if you do it to a trip you know that somebody's liking
you-realy truly like you, you know that they still gonna hurt regardless ...
of how ... you know [large gap] ... and don't take over forty-hey Christine,
don't take over forty-five seconds, please huh ... I don't want to be
another beautiful gaiety image, you know beautiful ... I was sayin'to a fourteen-
year-old do exactly what you want, regardless, because this is your own generation,
man, and if youre not going to live this generation the way you wnat to you have no
other ones to live, you know ... [skips in tape] ... see 'cause they just get in
a commercial bag ... they let it interfere with their own emotions ... that's
right and you know what? I might make I'll say in American terms, three dollars
that year and I might not even spend it all. I don't think about, you know, the
future because ... money doesn't mean that much. If I was very gold-conscious-gold
money .. I make my lettle thirty dollars. ...
Voice 1: Somehow ... (laugh)
Jimi: ... and I make thirty more dollars and put it away in the bank. After about
eighty-nine weeks I have a little nut ... [aside] That's the sun coming up? ...
But I don't look at that. ...
Capton: I wish I could make more money ...
Jimi: Aw, man ...
Voodoo child of the aquarian age
david henderson, '78