umafuckit writes: soylentnews.org is the new way of taking the pulse of the nerd community. Soylentnews is a grassroots-based platform with the content feeds are powered by readers like you. The objective is to highlight news stories of general importance to everyone, but especially nerds. News about technology, art, science and politics: it's all there. Soylentnews is the new kid on the block and will adapt quickly to satisfy our community's needs and and push boundaries like never before. This is a real community site: no changes in format without a general consensus from the community. Stop by and see what you think of the freshly-launched site.
Okian Warrior writes: I've registered "AltSlashdot.org".
I intend to run a site much like Slashdot used to be — better articles, less decoration and less "in your face" functionality. I'm reviewing and getting comfortable with slashcode right now. I'm looking for volunteers to help with setup and running the site.
If the site becomes profitable, I intend to hire from the pool of volunteers. If you've ever wanted to participate in a site like Slashdot, here's your chance!
I'm particularly in need of people who can:
Set up and manage a high-traffic site (servers, load-balancers, data sites, &c)
Edit story submissions
HTML, CSS, and script creation/bugfix/repair
Contact me if interested
John (at) AltSlashdot (dot) org
This is why (in Opera), I have the tab bar on the right side of the screen.
1) Tabs are a constant width regardless of how many I have open. 2) It's my way of reclaiming wasted space in those narrow column type websites and forcing large horizontal websites to shrink to a more usable width.