Name: Mistress Althaea
Office: Trained Monkey
Personality: Definately bizarre. If normalcy was legally ordained in this country she would be locked away forever. Fortunately she looks normal enough, it is only when she starts pulling out the stencils and vaginas that people start to worry.
Contact: Its best to keep back 20 feet from this one at all times.
2006-06-09 18:42:58 I liked your voter guide, but i think you rasterized the type at a low resolution. What distro are you running, btw? —ArlenAbraham
2006-06-09 19:53:01 I liked the voter guide too. Would it be possible to use embedded fonts? Arlen, if it helps you any, this is what pdfinfo tells me about that document: http://www.bayworld.net/~nick/PERBvoterguide_1.pdf.txt. —NickSchmalenberger
2006-06-28 22:07:25 I am running Ubuntu 6.06, WinXP and OS X on my dell box, thank you very much for the opportunity to brag about it. —MistressAlthaea
2006-06-28 22:08:53 And the copy you got was probably a lo-res jpg version b/c i was lazy when creating the smaller pdf. If you want to teach me better ways, I am all ears, oh wise ones. —MistressAlthaea
2006-06-28 22:13:23 My comments on the Ubuntu 6.06 release: http://people.tribe.net/riotgrrl/blog/07621b59-222a-439f-b6e4-49ed9fbafcef —MistressAlthaea
2006-06-28 23:00:17 Kubuntu + EasyUbuntu, myself. I've got a server on Ubuntu Server, and if all goes well, by 2007 we'll be migrating everything over to Ubuntu Server from SUSE. Nice little distro. —JabberWokky
2006-11-03 17:44:54 I really like the voters guide, but you do not appear to be using outline fonts except in pages 2-4. Do you think you could fix this, it makes most of the document somewhat hard to read. Thanks. —NickSchmalenberger
2006-11-03 17:50:08 If you need advice about InDesign, I know the editor of The Flatlander, and she uses InDesign. She might be able to give you some advice, and she would probably like the guide too. I can put you in contact with her if you want. —NickSchmalenberger
2009-01-13 17:13:35 It was nice seeing you for winterness! More monkeys later? —BeckWehrle