Oh my god

Dec. 4th, 2009 01:03 pm
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Today's XKCD might be the best EVER.

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Watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp76ly2_NoI and then watch http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/6eddb255b2/a-gaythering-storm

I think I missed the class in school where teachers taught me that gay marriage was OK. What Massachusetts schools are they attending?
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For anyone who is as confused as I was about the whole "wtf lj" thing:

http://valleywag.gawker.com/5124184/the-russian-bear-slashes-a-social-network (apparently has some inaccuracies which were pointed out in some of the other posts I've read)

Another story here: http://news.cnet.com/8301-13577_3-10132684-36.html?

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ljarchive/ (a tool to download your lj with comments, I think this is windows only. Even if LJ isn't exploding this is a good idea, you never know what may happen. I'm doing this when I get home since the past 7 years of my life are on this thing)

Sorry I didn't save the link for the Macintosh one but I'm sure you can find it if you are interested (there are definitely some linked in various posts linked from the following):

Lots of links from here: http://community.livejournal.com/no_lj_ads/83519.html

Firefox 3!

Jun. 17th, 2008 10:37 am
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Download Day

I can't resist an ADORABLE fox! XD I'm really looking forward to downloading it both at work and at home... just need to get all of my extensions again @_@ luckily I only run a few... :)

Anyway back to work XD
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Lol this article is amazing :P

But don't read it if you don't want spoilers for Battlestar Galactica up to the very end of the third season.

Cylons for McCain


Apr. 29th, 2008 02:43 pm
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The Universal IE Hack

Another hot tip? Go on then.

Last year saw the launch of IE7. IE6 is still a widely used browser and IE8 beta is out of the starting blocks. A lot of IE hacks? Nope. Simply use the Universal IE Hack. Place the following code in the Head of your document:

<!--[if IE]>
html, body, * {
  display: none;

This supersedes all documented IE hacks to date. Enjoy.
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So I came across this website that's like, a "hot or not" site, except for web pages instead of women, and this site is listed as the worst... or "least hot" if you will


L O L seriously
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Make sure to scroll down and also resize the window to get the full effect of what they did with this site :) It's really neat! One of my coworkers linked it to me.
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Make sure to scroll down :)

And if you use IE6 (or something else that doesn't support partially transparent pngs) it won't work. But if you're using IE6, upgrade your browser for the love of god.
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Although the first post here is also kind of wtf, the part after that is the one that caught my eye:

Site to site to site to store

I hope that isn't the normal route of most packages!

Ok time to go home now.
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From WoW forums I believe, Alan linked this to me:

* 0. Stop spelling correctly before it's too late! | 03/04/2008 07:41:42 PM UTC

The Daye Aftur Tumurrow: Y Baad Speeling Iz Gud

Recently, I've seen many people on the internet trying to correct others' spelling. Unfortunately, in doing so, you are endangering the lives of every good person on earth.

As you all know, Earth rotates on its axis, giving us day and night and stopping any portion of earth from freezing or incinerating. What you may not know is that the primary driving force of this rotation is English teachers. More precisely, English teachers rolling in their graves. Thanks to conservation of angular momentum, for a teacher to spin one way forces Earth to spin the other way. Our ENTIRE EXISTANCE depends on these teachers! To clarify the point, here is a diagram:


But how, you ask, could this possibly be related to the internet? As it turns out, teacher grave-spinning is fueled by only two sources: 1st grade essays, and the Internet. Unfortunately for us, 1st grade spelling has rapidly improved in the last decade, leaving the internet as the only source of terrible spelling. For each idiot on the internet, one teacher spins, and this effect has increased over the past decade to become the only force keeping our planet alive. Misuses of there/they're/their and you're/your are especially potent, and account for over 90% of the Earth's rotational velocity.


Why do you care? Because your life depends on it. I put out as a call to all mankind, PROMOTE BAD SPELLING! It is the only thing between us and a horrible, barren world where everything good is dead. For example, consider the following image (it may be shocking to some, parental consent is advised for young children). The red areas are burnt to a crisp, the blue areas are at roughly -42 Kelvin, and only the yellow portions survive.


To prevent the horrific image just pictured, you must forget the grammar and spelling you have learned. Still, if you choose to continue in your rash action, please at least slow down the damage you cause by including the following in your signature. The repeated posting of such content should be enough to allow those truly willing to solve the problem to do so.

Q u o t e:
Their they're, an tey hav there lewt w/thm. Your so dum you're brane is leik a peenut.

Thank you for reading this, and please, consider the future of humanity when you post.

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