There have been more weird characters like that over here. Sendfairy for exmple. Or Grogboy; a story on it’s own. This kid obviously suffered personal problems. Handing him the positive effects of unicycling would prevent bad things to happen. But I can understand it well the community did not had patience with him. I think in the middle your teen-years the unicycle can become a very good friend of yourself. Personly I received a lot of self-confidence from the unicycle.
xhtml 1.0 Strict is maybe the most compatible but also the most fragile flavour of html.
A single <br> or <BR /> will cause some browers to output nothing at all.
Last night there was a <a href="link" title="text" title="text">
with as result your browsers not displaying anything.
MSIE still worked because it does not understand xhtml at all
and reads it like if it was regular html.
Simply because I cannot tell you anything on that. As I’m aware of Muni currently being the most popular dicipline I am glad Kris Holm responded enthousiast on my request. I hope it soon will result in a trick by trick page like the other pages.
But I can start adding Muni movies as soon people submit them via the submit page.
If you have any usefull footage you are encouraged to do so
As scary as riding world steepest velodrome (on two wheels in Gent, Belgium). As soon you understand your fully in control (gravity is pretty constant on earth) you can have a go. Besides that I really know how to make UPD’s. Which reminds me to the time when I was in a stuntteam. The leader once asked me “are you scared?” I responded with “Well -eh- I don’t feel fully comfortable” and he said “That’s the best answer to give. If you would have said ‘no’ I would have kicked you out. Because if you are not scared you are kamikaze, and not thinking about the risks you take.”
Hmmm, never considered. Undecided. Maybe later on.
Dynamic is a bit short.
Comparisons like === of variable-variables ($$var)
Dynamicdynamic would fit better.
As I pointed in the post on Anthony Gatto jugglers and unicyclist make excellent coders because of being able to control multiple processes, and thinking flexible and creative.
I wonder what I would able to if I had some more than onlys few very basic math.
I actually think about releasing the blog software since it has a very simple but powerfull setup and can be made compatible with excisting databases.
1 & 2 > Background/colors are personal taste. I will never be able to please all. With 12 images, 1 sheet, 4 splash videos, and 2 other scripts I can (entirely) sidewide change the look and feel completly. Just like Google I have prepared special themes on events like haloween, valentines-day, etc. The first event-theme is allready finished and will run during UNICON.
4 > I’m 3D; Dislectic, Dumb, and Dutch
Which means my native language is Dutch. I speak English, German, French and even some Finish. I’ve performed in all those languages.
Most horrible mistake I ever made was dividing friends in boyfriends and girlfriends since there are seperate words for fe/male friend in all mentioned languages… except english.
Opposit I once was not happy when a gay-oriented friend of me introduced me to his neightbour as “his friend” which has in Dutch a meaning which is not really what he tried to express… oups.
I know my grammer sucks more than my spelling does. And that it affects my shows a lot.
But those errors shows I’m human. While using spell checkers expose me better off than I really am.
The moto of Adam Curry his Dutch website is “Spellchecken is for sissies”. While he’s from the USA serious posts on his Dutch Blog more than often turned out into ring-fights of spell-checkers. And so killed a lot of usefull discussions.
I’m teached en-uk but the en-us influence turned me more into en-int:
Saddle or seat?
Teresa saved me from horrible errors during setting up things. I repeatedly wrote “standart” (which is almost Dutch spelling).
But what about Bush today: “as Turkey meets the Human Rights the EU should…”
should have been: “if Turkey meets the Human Rights the EU should…”
If (according Klaas Bill) Rumsfeld rides an unicycle, and Bush make’s lot of language-errors… why can’t I do both?
There a worser things to harm the world. Oups, let’s avoid politics.
Anyway if I validate my css, xhtml, rss, atom, and more I should do spellchecking as well. But that will make editing even more time consuming. Time I need hard on other things.
5 > The script make’s a horrible lot of processes. During the development it sometimes took over 28 seconds.
Have a look at the source… That XML thing is an excellent idea! But uploading stuff is risky business.
I’ve noticed an tremendous boost of cross-site-scripting bug-tracks on port 80 right after the launch.
I even had requests for formmail exploits as explained by me before.
Still I dare to come up with some XML (or like) thing.
Further I appreciate all complaints. I only can eliminate errors if I know the excistance. Please don’t be shy to use the comments field on the post “First post”.