October 31st, 2003

Andrei in the office

MEMETIME: H.P. Lovecraft - SaniTest

Cribbed from a post by sinangel

Take the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society:
SaniTest: How Insane Are You?

Your score is:119

For easier understanding, the HPLHS SaniTest assessment algorithm converts your raw score to a scale of 1 to 10. This number is your INSANITY INDEX.

INSANITY INDEX 6.43 Your SaniTest(TM) score indicates that you are utterly haywire. Your neural circuitry seems to be badly misfiring, with frightening and/or hilarious effects. You may find yourself capable of superhuman strength as a side effect, but don't count on it. Others who scored at this level include entertainer Wayne Newton and skateboarding legend Tony Hawk.
Andrei in the office

Memetime 2: That halloween meme

Okay... I cheated... alot.

I was trying to find 10 people in L.A. I know and was trying to see if I could get no tricksters. It wasn't easy. I had to eliminate people I wanted on the list (including jnanacandra who kept taking all my candy and giving me socks.)

My LiveJournal Trick-or-Treat Haul
lordandrei goes trick-or-treating, dressed up as the transitional stage between barter and currency.
ame_chan gives you 4 light blue apple-flavoured gummy bears.
apsulute gives you 9 purple watermelon-flavoured gummy fruits.
elqahar gives you 2 white apple-flavoured pieces of bubblegum.
heruraha gives you 1 white chocolate-flavoured pieces of taffy.
lapig93 gives you 1 yellow orange-flavoured gumdrops.
nitemarehipigrl gives you 9 blue mint-flavoured pieces of taffy.
phosteres gives you 14 red-orange vanilla-flavoured miniature candy bars.
rampling gives you 14 tan coffee-flavoured hard candies.
reddragon93 gives you 6 teal mint-flavoured pieces of taffy.
w3woody gives you 14 mauve tropical-flavoured hard candies.
lordandrei ends up with 74 pieces of candy.
Go trick-or-treating! Username:
Another fun meme brought to you by rfreebern.
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Andrei in the office

The best blog you're not reading: For the mac'ies among you...

It would seem that one of the developers on the Safari project at Apple is publishing a blog to tell people exactly what is going into the WebKit in future releases and even affording people commentary on this.

Personally, I have to admit that I think that Apple is doing this entirely correctly.

First off they release a browser with a bug button so you can submit a page that doesn't render correctly back to the developers to figure out what's wrong.

Then, they announce that the app is really just a wrapper for the HTML render engine and that the render engine is a developable API for anyone on the platform.

Now, there's the blog. So I know that in the new release (1.1) there is:
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And better yet forthcoming is:
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Heck, they've even announced that they've just made the marquee tag work... Well maybe not all good news ;)

The links again are:
HTML Blog: http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/hyatt/
XML Synd: http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/hyatt/blogger_rss.xml
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