Just a quickie: one slightly confused Xbox...
If you can't read the text, it says:
This is an Xbox game disc.
Please put it in your Xbox to start playing.
(We somehow managed to get it to play the Xbox game as a DVD... not intentionally, must've just completely confused it.)
Firefox 1.0.4, reproduced at 1600x1200 (native res) and 1400x1050, on both Windows and Linux (res I used for the VNC server to record that). Didn't work at 1024x768.
If anyone's bored and fancies running an IRC bot to randomly spew out semi-correct looking sentences, give Moid a go. You can see some example web-based output, but bear in mind that it's been learning from IRC and stuff people paste it, so it's probably not something you want to read when your boss is staring at your screen. Most of the time it just says strange crap, but occasionally it does say some things wh
Looks like COBC's intranet is nice and up to date; this screenshot was taken today (2004-11-15).
(Yeah, I know, nobody cares).
Since the previous JE on the subject:
I swear that it must be "Blow Up All Of Dave's Computers Week" or something.
Firstly my main machine (Athlon XP 2600+) started randomly freezing. I eventually tracked it down to graphics card and stuck an old GeForce 2MX in there. Amazingly Doom 3 ran at a high-ish FPS...
My laptop's charger is also b0rked. So I can't use my laptop, but at least I rescued my main machine.
Why? 'nuff said.
(Google's helpful spelling correction...)
I'm just interested in hearing some opinions on a decision I made yesterday; to send all of the XHTML for bloat as application/xhtml+xml; this does have the advantage of turning off tag-soup mode in browsers that support it, and being properly compliant to XHTML 1.1, but it also means that people with browsers which don't support application/xhtml+xml can't parse it (the only ones I can think of off the top of my head are IE, links, and lynx). Does
I'm not sure if this is a typo or what, but in a search for "goatse" in "The Cloning Sourcebook", the following turns up:
I just took a look at the Prelinger Archives, just out of interest. Looked around the page a bit, clicked on some of the links, then found the "Popular Categories" box. For those who can't be arsed to follow the link, or if it's since changed, it contained the following:
2. Sex education
4. Sex education
Does this look like people trying to gain access to my Eggdrop, or are they just portscanning me?
Computer programs expand so as to fill the core available.