Hi! This is Mooquackwooftweetmeow, a collection of stuff by Greg K Nicholson.
I've just got the backbone of the next version of Mooquackwooftweetmeow working.
I just remembered XHTML ids aren't allowed to begin with numbers, so it's probably not a good idea to give weblog entries permalinks like mine.
A quick request of everyone who writes web pages, especially weblogs, or who designs web page templates:
For those of us who don't fancy the psychological side-effects of cannabis, but want to see what all the fuss is about, I've devised the following pseudo-stonedness induction technique (PSIT):
It seems Google forgot to do their homework - gmail.co.uk
From El Reg, In the tape, the Userland owner says he has no plans to host websites ever again - although this is probably a moot point, as no one will ever trust him to host websites again.
I have one fairly major complaint about Gmail's web interface - you can't open multiple emails in tabs by middle-clicking. (Pot+kettle sidenote: one can't middle-click links in this weblog either, but that's an XSLT fault in Gecko.) In fact, it seems the links one clicks to open emails aren't really links at all (right-clicking offers no Open Link in New Tab/Window options). This would put me right off using Gmail permanently.
After my unexpected Gmaily fortune yesterday (every mention of which must be suffixed by thanks Jeff), I just got the offer of another Gmail invite, from none other than Asa Dotzler. In fact, Asa was only a few hours behind Jeff (hard luck, Asa :) ).
I've just received a Gmail invite from Jeff Walden. [insert your favourite deity/expletive] knows why he chose to send me one in particular - all I can say is thanks!
(Thanks to DxF,) I've just discovered SomaFM and I can confirm that indie pop does indeed rock.
If you've ever visited msn.com, you'll probably have a couple of cookies from them stored by your browser. Whilst perusing my stored cookies just now, I found one from there entitled MSNADS.
Qute, Firefox's old default theme (and Thunderbird's soon-to-be-retired default theme) doesn't have borders on its toolbars (at least in the latest Firefox version; see also the Qute FAQ). Winstripe, the new default theme, does. Personally, I prefer no-borders - it looks cleaner.
SCO Grows Your Business, apparently. Using some kind of crazy business-compost? And a business-plantpot? Do they have business-gardeners to make sure your business is growing well?
Firefox's New Tab button looks like a slice of toast sitting in a toaster - with an overlaid plus symbol, of course.
I've been using Winstripe for a couple of hours now, and I'm surprised to report that it's passable. Crazy, eh?
Redesigns, anyone? Looks like fun.
Last night version 1.0 of The Twaddle went live. It uses arbitrary XML and XSLT to generate valid XHTML pages... offline.
These entries are pretty old. Beware parachronisms.
July 2004 Later
May 2004 Earlier
Big New Tab Button The newest entry: An add-on for Firefox. It makes the New Tab button bigger.
Into the Fire A selected entry: This entry is not a good idea.
Just Give Me A Back Button Another selected entry: An extension to remove the Forward button from Firefox.