He is not an addict, he has no criminal record, and he is mentally stable. Someone made a really, really bad photo here.
A PHP implementation called [bBlog](http://www.bblog.com/about.php) is [Smary](http://smarty.php.net/)-centric. Neat. Look also at [Snurf](http://bdash.bluewire.net.nz/2004/08/02/snurf-a-python-based-blogging-system/), which is a Python-based blogging system. Snurf’s designer calls attention to [a W3 document](http://www.w3.org/TR/chips/) about problems any blog designer, or CMS designer could run into. He also [points out in a blog entry](http://bdash.bluewire.net.nz/2004/07/28/new-website-backend/) the problems he had with bBlog, what made him hack […]
[Vice Guide to Everything](http://www.viceland.com/issues/v11n7/htdocs/the_vice.php) was weird. The world becomes clear, in a sexist fashion. If more people thought these exact things about these things, what a world. Tiresome. Ah, but this here was funny: [The Ruthless Guide to 80s Action](http://www.ruthlessreviews.com/80saction/80saction.html) collects the greatest 80s movies from 1980-1992. And some goodies are there. Big sweaty men! […]
The article [“An Accessible Method of Hiding HTML Content”](http://www.webaim.org/techniques/articles/hiddentext) shows some problems with screen readers, that is tools for those with visual disabilities. When creating websites for *everyone*, the small things matter.
[Intermezzo](http://www.aquasonido.net/current/) blogs his progress through Gilles Deleuze’s “A Thousand Plateaus”. He mentioned it in an Orkut group as an emergent trend amongst bloggers. I might do that someday: and all you see me type is some inane logging of what I read: I, an automaton of thought. Still, the idea of “blog as tool for […]
[Site Magazine](http://www.sitemagazine.net/) is Sven-Olov Wallenstein’s amazing effort in magazine publishing. All materials are published in PDF after the magazine is printed, and the material seems powerful. (The site? Non-valid HTML, little if any CSS.)
As we draw near to our leaving home ground, I start gathering info on Italy. We pray that Heler’s rain rams stay out of the sky during our stay. The [weather in Rome](http://www.dmi.dk/dmi/verdensvejr.htm?city=150039001&country=Italien) seems a little wet for the next week, but we’ll try to keep it sane.
This might come as no surprise to anyone connected to the Finnish role-playing set, but they have, according to Mike Pohjola, and in evidence online, started a new blog “focusing on literary and media criticism.” It is called [Perkeleen periskooppi](http://periskooppi.blogspot.com/) and is all-Finnish. Now I really need to learn that language, again. I sorely want […]
This happened a while ago in Copenhagen, when my friend Andreas and his friend Marie were visiting. We are in a corner bar called CafÃ© Falken. Not the one in Frederikberg, the one on Christianshavn, which has no reference to it at all on the Internet — up until now, that is. The place had […]
L had on a new dress of rust-colored elegance, and I was in a three-piece, perhaps a little battered. Black tie, though. And a straw hat, Panama-style. (“No offense, but you look just like a 50s preacher.”)