One reasonable explanation is the cache hider must have reused a log from an old cache. So I checked my past logs to see what I did on 2/7/2004. I only got 3 caches that day and none of those were by this cache hider. In addition, none of those caches were micros, whereas Claustrophobia was a sheet of paper in a film canister. I also visited this cache hider's profile to see what else this hider had hidden. I see that I've done 3 caches by this hider, but I visited all of them in the year 2005. So it's still a mystery where that 2/7/2004 log came from. Yes, it's the... Case of the Phantom Cache Log.
In other news, I uploaded a command-line word completion script to the Vim script archive. (It's my first upload.) Previously, I'd tried two other command-line completion scripts from the archive but both of them had some limitations. So I took a few ideas from them and wrote my own. After using this new script for a while, I submitted it to the archive. (to give something back to the community, but mostly as a backup in case I screw up my vimfiles directory)
In other other news, while browsing the Vim website, I came across a tip on integrating Thunderbird with Vim. It described the External Editor extension, which actually does work pretty well. Nice. It's perhaps a little clunky for short emails, but for longer emails that would be good to edit in Vim, it's golden.
Five days late for Friday Five...
1. What color is your hair?
2. When is the last time you accepted a dare?
I don't recall ever accepting one.
3. Do you think you could have an affair?
Slight technical problem here... first, one would need a relationship.
4. How often do you feel like walking on air?
Every time I walk off a cliff... before I look down.
5. How about despair?
1. Are you vain?
2. Do you have a pet?
3. Are you a hard partier?
I'm just here for the soup and wi-fi. :)
4. Do you believe in God?
5. Are you content with your life?
Yes, but still fine-tuning.