Tuesday, December 28, 2004


So the Christmas is come and gone. Well the Christmas season isn't really gone until after the new year's day. But the 25th is come and gone. It was a lot of fun. Going to church. Meeting different people. Meeting people never met before or not met in a long time, was OK. Celebrating the birthday of Jesus was fun. Learning something from it all was fun.

Didn't see many decorations. It's the decoration nazis turning this place into a monotonous, one-colored, alloted number of lights per house boredom. Because the Christmas tree offends people, for no reason other than the fact that they are not christian, it is removed. Or sometimes just renamed as a community tree. Never mind, that the Christmas is a christian celebration!

Anyway, just figure I'd update the blog. Not very many people read it. But hey, that's not why I have a blog. It's just so I can put my thoughts out there. :)

Merry Christmas and a happy new year to all!

Saturday, December 18, 2004

So then....

So let's tackle this issue of blog outlook. Blogger just doesn't have enough templates. I have been trying to create a new template but I don't have the time. I also don't have the creativity to generate a really nice UI. But I do know that I don't like whatever templates are available on blogger currently.

So I have decided to use this simple template. I did make it a little wider than before. See how it goes.

Thursday, December 16, 2004

Today's Talk

So after all this overhaul, the page still doesn't display correctly on some browsers when not in fullscreen mode. And I still don't like the look of this blog. If there's anybody reading this, please leave me a comment. I want to know how readable this format is.

Plus I have a good rant about my Christmas vacation but I think it's a little too late for me to be still awake. So I'm going to go to sleep and save the rant for tomorrow. Besides, this will give me a good reason to post something tomorrow.

Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Judge for Sale?

Yahoo! News - Judge Not for Sale, Despite eBay Listing

NEW YORK - A Manhattan housing court judge said he was not amused by an advertisement on eBay that listed him for sale — with worldwide shipping included — posted by a disgruntled litigant.

The ad, entitled "Judge for Sale," was posted last Wednesday by Janet Schoenberg, a disgruntled litigant in a landlord-tenant dispute in New York City Civil Court who said Klein was mishandling the case and that she had exhausted other ways of drawing attention to her case.

What a way to show the world that you're not stupid and that you should actually be taken seriously. What a way to build your case. Wow! After this, the "disgruntled litigant" should have no problems winning her case.

See Johny, how simple this law stuff is?

Monday, December 13, 2004

Lordship: £29.99

Yahoo! News - Become a Lord for 29.99

Wow! Even if it is fake, here in America that would be $58 well spent.

UI Overhaul

Well, a major UI overhaul is underway. I am just not finding a good enough template to work with. So I may have to design a new one. Of course in the process the IE users and Mozilla based browser users will experience the two extremes brought about by incorrect implementation of CSS. The best way to do two columns and get uniform results in all browsers is to use tables.

Until then just enjoy as much as you can a broken blog.

Monday, December 06, 2004

'Master/slave' Most Politically Incorrect Phrase

'Master/slave' Most Politically Incorrect Phrase:

The computer term 'master/slave,' which was banned as racially offensive by a Los Angeles County purchasing department, was named the most politically incorrect term of the year on Thursday.

Some idiot politicians would just love to ruin as much as they can simply because of a misconception they have that disagreeing with everything makes them look smarter. Maybe if they actually had something to offer they wouldn't have to go around giving others grief about absolutely trivial things. But if they were smart, they wouldn't be politicians to begin with.

Yes, I know it's an old story. I did read about it when it was first a big deal. But, I didn't have a blog then. :)