Tag Archives: Asides

I have no idea what that gesture means

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Originally uploaded by John Keegan.

but it’s fun to see scott and matt making nice. i find it disturbing that even with the recent stupidity surrounding wordpress, when someone asks me how to set up a website ASAP, the first word out of my mouth is still “wordpress” (followed swiftly by “fantastico”). it might have something to do with not being able to find a suitable importer for drupal, or habari staunchly refusing to install, but more likely it’s because despite not being as open as i’d like, wordpress is still really good at what it does.


I Can’t Dream Anymore

This is a somewhat sort of half-assed port of a theme that i’m working on. the theme itself hacks a sandbox core to bits, but this is purely sandbox. we’ll see if i can live with the bog-standard state-switching capabilities of the sandbox. naturally, i’m still in the midst of fucking it up, so watch your step.



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but love is not what you’re thinking of.

I’m still not really getting how matt can use the word ‘love’, and pull stunts like this. I’m sure it’ll be passed off as a simple misunderstanding, but when you do it this many times in a row, it’s patently obvious that it isn’t accidental. perhaps if he answered emails, he might have less trouble with people having to post his mistakes in public.

right on time, mr. lessig posts a beta of a CC-license generator that includes some helpful microformats: a rel="cc:attributionURL" property="cc:attributionName", which will remove more of the plausibility from matt’s denials.


surely the horse is dead

i thought we beat this thing pretty good the last time we had it outi guess not.  When the producers of halo: the movie hire the skins factory to design them a wordpress theme, can we sell tickets to watch garry conn‘s head explode?
h/t themey


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