How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

Its so veryvery sad...

atomox's webhost is down. And since he was kind enough to let me use his unlimited space/bandwith, that was where I was posting my memes and other stuff worth seeing. LCC was there.

But what makes it veryvery sad is that I created a new meme, and this one's actually decent. Unfortunately, I can't share it with you. Unless someone knows of some decent free webspace that can handle perl scripts? Hrmmmm? Anyone?

I've got the t3knomeme script tweaked out so that a new meme can be banged out in just a few minutes. Sure, there are four files that need to be created to get the script to work, but for the most part, renaming existing files is enough. In fact, I'm thinking that in the next iteration, seperate files per meme might be done away with and then its just a matter of creating the memefile. A flat text file with a list of possible responses.

That reminds me, I have a CGI question. I have a CGI query object, $query. I'm using $query->start_html(-title=>$title, -style=>$stylesheet); where $stylesheet contains the stylesheet. I've tried several versions of calls to that, passing the stylesheet file name, using a sub method src, all sorts of stuff. Does anyone know how to get the start_html method to actually generate stylesheet information? That'd be really nice.




Journal Name How bad does it suck?


Please, please just commit suicide and spare us the drivel you post on a daily basis.


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Journal Name How bad does it suck?


Your journal doesn't suck at all surprisingly.


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