I spent a good part of today moving my mail server (being that sendmail on Windows 2000 doesn’t seem to be ready for prime time, at least not with other processor-intensive services running on the same machine); everything seems to be working well now. If anyone has any suggestions for good, integrated web-based admin tools for sendmail on Linux, I’d be happy to hear ‘em — maintaining sendmail via all the different text files is going to get old fast.

Maybe tonight, I’ll bring my tripod out to the Great Lawn and get some firework shots that are actually worth a damn.

From Victor Stone comes one of the funnier automatic-page-generators I’ve seen in a while: the Auto-Winer. Keep this bookmark around, to prevent symptoms of withdrawal in case Dave Winer goes without updating for a few days. (For those who don’t recognize the name, Victor was the author of Stone’s Way, one of the Microsoft Developer Network columns.)

The National Security Agency security papers on Windows 2000 that I talked about a month ago have moved — the old server couldn’t handle the load, so they’re now mirrored at Conxion.

Yes, ladies and gents, we have a new nominee for funniest MetaFilter thread of all time. (And seriously, aren’t the Chandra Levy police composites the most ridiculous pictures you’ve seen, ever?)