seitinummoc ™erehpsomtA ®ebodA dna allizoM eht ni devlovni si dna ,noitacilppa cisaB lausiV a gnipoleved si ,erom owt no gnikrow si ,setisbew owt sniatniam yltnerruc eH .sretupmoc htiw esitrepxe sih rof sreep sih gnoma nwonk si nễyugN hniM ,oihO ,itannicniC ni loohcS hgiH reivaX tnaiS gnidnetta yltnerruC.
dniK‐in‐golB a ,setoN s‘hniM
yojnE .™erehpsomtA ®ebodA dna allizoM ,stcejorp etirovaf ym tuoba ffuts dna ,stcejorp lanosrep ym tuoba swen ,sknil gnitseretni ,snoinipo ,swen dnif yllausu ll‘uoY .emit ot emit morf ,bwWregniM ,etisbew ym no ffuts gnitseretni tsop ot ekil I!
2002 December 23 Monday
Oh, no. Another one has joined the ring of obscure GeoCities members. Doesn’t anyone know how bad GeoCities is? (Maybe I should take this time to mention the LinkBlog that’s going to appear once I completely redesign this website.)
(sigh) I’m blogging from Fort Worth, Texas. I guess that means I’m going to miss that forcasted white Christmas in Cincinnati. I heard that there’s going to be five inches of snow! Oh, just my luck.
2002 December 21 Saturday
Want more? If you Google for "wireless the band", you’ll find that their official site is the first one listed. If you Google for "outsmarting the donkey", not only is it the sixth one listed, but it’s also right under my link to Wireless! How’s that for better?!
This is the first in a series of attacks, aimed at promoting Wireless: The Band — the much better band.
2002 December 20 Friday
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Yep. I did it again:
Almost Christmas Break! But, will you miss your friends? Of course! That’s why MingerWeb features a commenting system. Post a little message for everyonme to read. So come to MingerWeb today, tomorrow, and… every day. Because MingerWeb is updated daily!
I’ve got more planned for after Christmas Break. Just you wait and see, fellow classmates.
Once again, the St. Xavier Blueprint, my school’s official school newspaper, has published an article. This issue is quite interesting. If you are a long-time reader of this weblog, I’m sure you’ll recall my previous rants (1, 2), and know that I am not a Blueprint fan. Well, read on for a bit of “constructive criticism”…
yrt I tuB .stcejorp eseht rof emit hcum oot evah yllausu t‘nod I ,loohcs gnidnetta yltnerruc m‘I ecniS .emit ym fo tsom pu ekat taht seibboh eht fo emos era esehT.
ygolonhcet ™erehpsomtA ®ebodA no desab eb lliw
dlrow sihT .sgnidnuorrus eht yojne dna xaler ot ecalp taerg a eb osla lliw tI .em tseretni taht sgniht ot stros fo latrop a eb lliw dlroWregniM ,etisbew siht to suoigolanA.
Xulos will be the user-interface for a Linux shell. It is based on the user-interface of Mozilla, created using XML, XUL, XBL, XHTML™, CSS, JS, and RDF. Plans are underway to submit Xulos to Mozdev.org as a project.