The title says it all. Nothing fancy or major to post so far.
The Twisted Hunt is a Second Life grid wide event that occurs in March and (I think) October of every year. Big store owners join in by offering a free gift if someone finds a small box that contains a free prize. Last time, over 240 store owners participated. This time, our company is part of the other 170 companies that joined in. Read the rest of this page »
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!
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.
A bit torn with the coding of my vendor system’s setup file. It’s entirely PHP which means I can do fancy stuff, but where I am torn is echoing the whole page results, which will only ever be viewed once! Because the code is being generated by another coding system and because you are only going to run this setup once, I see no reason to have to do <!DOCTYPE> stuff. A bigger reason is because the text data is very basic and really just needs to be informed to the user about basic things.
Now is there a better way to provide the information other than using echo? Most likely, but I have yet to learn that yet and at this point, it doesn’t fully matter. It would be nicer to keep standard other than just the first page, but then again, the pages won’t be revisited anyway so I don’t see any major reasons for obeying it.
I blame college.