Archive for February, 2006

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February 28, 2006

Postcrossing map update:

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February 28, 2006

Another week, and I still haven’t fixed the colours. Sigh. Also, I need to learn to tell the difference between the save as draft and publish buttons; otherwise what I do write won’t be published!

Ah well. I would like to make it known that I honestly could not possibly care less about the ice hockey results in the Olympics. I know Sweden won, and that doesn’t bother me, but nor do I feel happy about it; in fact, it doesn’t change anything at all in my life in any way, positively or negatively. In a month or three I will have forgotten it to the point where I won’t be able to answer the question “who won?” — I always do that. And I hope the agitated muffin eaters will still be my friends…

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February 21, 2006

My efforts to make the blog’s links more visible haven’t been a success. That is, the links are definitely easier to notice now, but I don’t like the way it looks now. So instead of experimenting further, I haven’t written for a while. Is logical, no?

But I do have to tell you all to draw a pig, since that is all the rage now in the Morniverse (it was Lib who started it).

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February 10, 2006

Johari Window by Kevan. I wouldn’t call it a personality test so much as a… um, not sure just what 🙂

Today I have been working on a Table. A good table, I’m quite fond of it as a matter of fact. It’s not the kind of table that has legs and a tabletop, rather the kind where you get rows and columns, and table cells with numbers in. I know more things about the language of chat rooms now than I did this morning. Not much more, mind you, but still — a day well spent.

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February 8, 2006

QUESTION: Is it very difficult to see links in my blog posts? I think so, myself, but colours and resolutions are so different – and of course when I look at my blogs all the links are already followed so I don’t see the original colour.

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February 8, 2006

When was the last time you saw a job advert where fluency in Etruscan or Gothic was required? This isn’t it, but at least it’s a place where native speakers of Latin, Klingon, Sindarin and a dozen other long-dead or made-up languages have a chance to make their skills known. Which I’m sure they appreciate. (My favourite on that list has to be Indo-European, though. I’m still giggling.)
(received from Johan)