I've been looking at sites made by my (former) fellow students. And I must admit, apart from a couple, they all look pretty darn boring. They have no personality. I don't know. Maybe it's not such a bad thing that I'm somewhat technically challenged, 'cause I know that I can make stuff that look good! Even if it isn't all that intricate, technically..
Oh yeah, and a lot of them are grammatically challenged. Something I am not. ;-)

Related is my looking for a job. Now I'd prefer one in England, and that's what I'm applying for.. But it's a bit hard when I'm here and England is over there.. Meh. But, I've found a job in England that I am definitely going to apply for, although it isn't within my field, so to speak. The job is at the Danish YMCA in London, and it consists of booking rooms for the people coming to stay there + planning different events, and generally being able to answer any question the people staying there may have about London, working in London, tax-stuff... I think I'd like this kind of job. Although I don't see much webdesign in it. ;-)

44% of American Internet users have contributed online content


[The] study found that the most common form of content creation is posting photographs online. All told, 21 percent of Internet users said they had done so at least once.
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Close behind were the 20 percent of users who allow "others to download music or video files from their computers" and 17 percent who have "posted written material on websites." Also, 10 percent had posted to newsgroups, 7 percent had contributed to the websites of organizations they belong to -- such as church or professional groups -- and 6 percent had posted artwork online.



Interesting, isn't it? No wonder the 'Net is so full of crap. :-p


Speaking of crap: Sept. 11 Families Disgusted by Bush Campaign Ads


President Bush's first ads of his re-election campaign [that] use images of the devastated World Trade Center to portray him as the right leader for tumultuous times.
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Long time Bush adviser Karen Hughes defended the four commercials as "tastefully done."



Oh puhlease! Who are they trying to kid?? Oh wait, I know! The voters.

Yikes. I'm going to pay a visit to the dentist tomorrow. I don't mind going to the dentist. I just hope I don't have any cavaties. But what is it with dentists? Why do they always ask you questions when they have all their ten fingers + any number of instruments placed in your mouth?? "Yah-gahh hhuugaaahh"

Do parents have a default function that ensures that they make their children feel like crap at regular intervals?

Right, enough of my rambling. Here's today's item. Whether this is going to set the trend for the items to follow, we'll just have to see. For now, enjoy that funny little game. ;-)

Thursday, March 04, 2004 posted by Wardi @ 10:06 PM