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February 07, 2005



So, the site has been up and down for almost a week now. I have been buying this webspace from my good friend Jeff and his service provider decided to go bankrupt. After a bit of smooth scrambling, he's got us all set up with a new company. Big thanks to Jeff for the work he did, stress he endured and speed he got us going again.

I've quickly re-installed this website online. It looks like the comments do not work right now. I will fix those soon. Let me know if anything else is broken. UPDATE: the comments should now work.

Other than that - it has been warm here in Montreal for the past few days. Yesterday it was a very warm +2 degrees! Nick, myself and one of the McGill cycling team members decided that it was warm enough to go riding.

We did a good two hours outside, including a couple of laps of Mt. Royal (the current women's world cup circuit, old men's world cup circuit and olympic road race course). There has been a crazy smog in Montreal over the last few days. It is some sort of weird mix of wood smoke, car exhaust and a salty fog that threatens to turn people inside out. You can actually taste the salt in the air when you breathe.

Other news: I have also jumped onto the flickr bandwagon (with every other blogger in the world). It seems really great. Check it out at
. I will be incorporating into sometime soon...

Posted by Alistair Howard at February 7, 2005 12:08 PM


Hey, that was quick work. Just 10 hours ago and your site was still just an infant of scattered directories and uncooperative DNS. Glad to see it back. What an empty feeling a 404 gives you when you're expecting your friend's homepage. Thanks for your patience, everyone.

Now if I can just get to update his DNS...

Posted by: Jeff Werner at February 7, 2005 02:57 PM

Oh ya, happy birthday Malcy.

Posted by: Jeff Werner at February 7, 2005 07:14 PM

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MALCOLM - I hope you get lots of use out of your gift from Alistair ;)

Posted by: Lisa at February 8, 2005 01:59 PM