Geez, Kevin Perjurer is way too good at what he does. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsP71i7O49U
Am I the only one getting tired of how the answer to any lagging business model these days is "just throw more booze at the problem until profitable"?
Movie theaters losing out to home viewing? Serve beer.
Arcades doing poorly? Install a bar and some taps.
Bookstores losing business? Serve wine in-store, why not.
Tabletop gaming stores need a boost? Half your staff are craft brewers, right?
Dateline: Distant future. Interstellar travel is real, humanity makes contact with lifeforms from distant stars.
"Hold on, a sec, human. Our sun — the thing with numerous planets orbiting it, each with countless lifeforms, cultures, histories, and civilizations — that was all just *a point on some guy's BELT* to you?"
Today was a minor cleanup day, mostly to get rid of some useless junk and clear out visible space in the apartment. A large amount of what I tossed was homework, notebooks, and projects from junior high through college.
Instead of looking over the actual content of the notes to see what I forgot over the years, my attention was mostly drawn towards the doodles I made in the margins. I've apparently improved over the years.
(no pictures available; I WAS trying to toss stuff, after all)
Next step of the website tweaks, the calendar colors. I know I said the shades-of-grey thing wasn't working with colors, but then I figured, what if I just dropped the colors altogether? Well, apart from the active date, which is now green and has an outline. The whole thing should be more readable, at least.
In other news, yes, the site CSS has a name, and it's "Monolithic". If you have a browser/extension that allows you to change CSS stylesheets, you might also see "Spamtastic", designed to replicate what the site looked like before I did Monolithic.
If I redo the site again, I'm definitely NOT keeping up the mutliple-stylesheets thing. That's ridiculous to maintain in the long run.
I should do some DoM site tweaking. The ol' Monolithic site CSS has some weaknesses. For instance, the shades-of-grey backgrounds sort of disagree with... well, just about any color, really.
I've already changed the visited link text to be a bit brighter (works better with the black background), but I think there's a lot more to do there.
I program some things and also I draw other things.
The very tiny home of CaptainSpam and all the various goings on at Exclaim Industries (which is just CaptainSpam).