Flame Soulis' blog


New site

I have had another site since I took my web design courses, but I never updated it or looked into the plug-ins my hosting services provided. After my father having a falling out with Page Mason being dropped from support with Lunar Pages, I was able to work with the technician to find out where the features were hidden. Among the web services was the WordPress plug-in, and for ease of convenience for my father, I went ahead and installed it. He’s been hooked ever since (save for the spam bots; that was another learning experience). (more…)


Desktop Boredom

le screenshot of me desktop

Modern Work on Modern Computer

Petition Madness

I’m a moderately active person when it comes to petitions. Originally, as a kid, I didn’t really care for it that much. Politics wasn’t exactly my cup of tea, and that could be due to the fact I wasn’t into tea as a child either. With the mentioning of Bill S.978 through Notch’s tumblr blog, I soon learned more about our government’s actions and ways to have a bigger voice in the debates. This was my real introduction into politics and the importance of petitions. (more…)

Just another random Second Life snapshot

Just a snapshot from Second Life
Just a snapshot from Second Life

Red sky at night, sailor's delight...

Updated the About page

The title says it all. Nothing fancy or major to post so far.


New Theme and Header!

Why do things work when you about to give up? Why do things break when you first use it?

I have no idea, but in either case, I finally got a ‘header’ uploaded and installed a new theme. Huzza!


Weird Thing About Hot Glue…

It’s not a glue at all; it’s a wax.

If you spray water on it, it’ll cool the surface immediately, but the core will still be ‘molten.’ This makes repairing things interesting in that you can quickly use it to do layers for structural integrity.

Some people claim the better the gun, the better your work will turn out. My $1 hot glue gun seems to be doing just fine, so I can only imagine the $10 version’s various spectrum of projects mine can’t do.

The last sentence was sarcasm pieced together with my $1 hot glue gun.