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

  • Music:

New Track : Santoor

This one's still a work in progress- it needs a _lot_ more work before I'll actually be happy with it, but it's still kinda neet, and has some interesting stuff to it. Because it's not near finished, I'm not converting it to MP3, so you people can just go and get an m4a plugin- they're out there for most of your standard media players, so deal. It's better quality than an MP3 anyway.

Santoor (m4a)

In other news, I've been dinking around with my LJ style- if you're using a non-IE browser of a recent version, you'll see that on my main page, if you scroll down, the older entries are collapsed into just the subject line. If you hover your mouse, they auto-expand, and there's an "expand" link, which will lock them open. A neet bit of CSS-fu, if completely useless.

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