Archive: July 2003

Burningbird spoke today on the subject of the gap between virtual and real life. I may be alone in this, but I don’t draw that line. It’s partly due to my history. I started going to Internet meets at 17…

Mark re-recommended compressing pages today, which is always a useful idea. Sneaky (The server Aqcom wallows on) has mod_gzip installed, which automagically compresses all static pages before sending them. Great, but not so cool for the dynamic PHP pages that…

It started slowly. “I will not”, I said, “under any circumstances run an RPG” And then, with the snowball set rolling, it sort of changed: “I will not”, I repeated like a mantra, “under any circumstances run an RPG under…

This is why I use Firebird (Which once was Phoenix, and is a browser-only version of Mozilla): The primary reason, and the thing that stops me from going back to IE even if I ever had the option, is tabbed…

Paul Freeman Do you want to do anything with your website that you haven’t yet done? Completely restart from scratch. Problem is that I have this thing about broken URLs, so that idea sits dead in the water. I’d like…

After discovering – via an inbound link from Solitude – that CDF files should not be served as text/xml but as application/cdf instead, and also within moments from gilmae that my CDF files were invalid I’ve fixed both of these.…

This week, I bring you someone you may have heard of, but probably didn’t know was a singer. This person is Milla Jovavich. Milla is probably most famous for being “Leeloo Minai Lekarariba-Laminai-Tchai Ekbat De Sebat” in the the movie…

Today the US celebrates it’s separation from the Empire that founded it. One day, I hope my country does the same. So, the Interview thing, then. Wednesday afternoon I got an email saying that the people who I applied to…

So, Today I had an Interview, and it went well, and I hope to get the job, and stuff. But on to the more important stuff. Various people have been talking about a new format for syndicating and interacting with…