My host had a wee bit o' unexpected downtime. All downtime will be expected from now on.
Feed dialog with David Gelernter. I've said it before, I'll say it again: Gelernter isn't going to change the world by targetting the corporate desktop with closed source software, no matter how good his ideas.
This site now validates as HTML 4.01 Strict. The CSS doesn't quite validate, because I got lazy and used colour names instead of hex values.
Good news, bad news: David Duchovny gone from X-Files, The Lone Gunman cancelled, live action The Tick given a primetime slot.
buzz.yahoo.com. The hottest yahoo content, all the time.
My 'c' key keeps sticking. This means I keep trying to go to .om sites.
Perceptive Michael Kinsley on paying for content on the web.
The Dead Puppet Show. Disturbing and beautiful.
CSS Validators are good things. I just fixed a handful of errors related to syntax that cleared up a few problems I was experiencing. And here I was blaming mozilla.
The excellent International Herald Tribune site, which used to be a bit flaky under mozilla, now works flawlessly. IHT is still one of the best news sites on the web.
I'm probably a terrible person for finding this amusing. Especially the part about subwoofer-equipped buggies.
Let's push the button!
Welcome to the new and improved marginalia.org. All the chewing gum and string that held together the old site has been replaced with NEW gum and string.
It's all CSS now, and I'm sure there will be teething pains, but it's all been fun to learn.
This is not a blurb.
I've been working on a redesign for marginalia, and I think I'm really starting to see the light when it comes to CSS. That, and Perl makes implementing a redesign practically fun!
Caught the rerun of The Merchants of Cool tonight. It made me wonder how transgressive will culture need to be in order to not be co-opted? (This presumes, of course, that not being co-opted is really a concern for enough people.) The media giants holdings chart is impressive.
Openwave's upcoming WAP browser. It's supposed to ship mid-2001, too. I think that wireless data needs to be instant-on to start being truly compelling - the most frustrating thing for me currently is the connection wait. Bring on 2.5G!