the-inbetween monthly archives for: March 2003

On The Radar

While I wait, impatiently clutching my pre-order receipt for Zelda, I want to stay as far away from any new games as possible(especially RPGs). Once Zelda hits, everything else is going to be thrown onto the wayside, and I don’t want to be stuck with any more half-finished games. I have enough of those already. As an alternative, I’ve been looking for some new music again. Listening to the same stuff for months tends to get stale mighty quick. Music…

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Moveable Type tweaks

Being a lazy person, I like the little buttons above Movable Type’s main text box. They save me about five seconds worth of typing! I don’t have to manually type <b>bold</b> anymore; I just select what I want to boldify, hit the little B button, and continue on. There’s two small problems. Firstly: <b>, <i>, and <u> are deprecated. Secondly: a number of other, more semantically correct tags are missing. Naturally, I opened up the MT template file and very…

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Battle of Ontario indeed

Nothing good ever came out of Ottawa.

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Quick Note

If you’re looking for this image, but are instead finding this one — then someone is a complete ass. That someone is quite possibly you. That image was not meant for you, but for a special place that I now regret linking to in the first place. Thank you for your co-operation. Over and out.

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+/- = 0

There’s a futureshop commercial that’s been regularly shown on tv for months now. It’s the standard fare: families watching movies on their big-screen tvs, cool people listening to cool music on their cool stereos, and kids playing their high-tech games. They’re all highly ecstatic and excited, as one would expect. I never gave the commercial much attention, until I found two discrepancies. Firstly, in one of the scenes, you see two younger boys playing Super Mario Sunshine, and they’re really…

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