Had the MRI as planned on Monday, a strangely relaxing experience. They played this great new remix of Gwen Stefani's What You Waiting For? that was basically a few barely audible lyrics combined with loud mechanical noises from the scanner. At least I thought it was an improvement on the original.
I'm actually glad they can't receive anything other than Viking FM in that block, 'cause otherwise I might have ended up hearing some good music and trying to dance inside the machine or something.
School starts tomorrow. I'm excited, but that'll only be because I want some change and I'm missing some of the people I haven't seen since July. I'm sure I'll be bored soon enough.
Auto-scroll icon now appears where clicked instead of centered on the page
...because that was driving me nuts. Posting more about browsers is something I might end up doing, but so far I'm resisting because it seems like a stereotypical geek blog thing to do. Not that that's a good reason.
Over the past few months I've been gradually reading the HTML 5 spec. I don't want to say I'm "reviewing" it because that makes me sound more useful than I actually am. Still, I'm collecting "issues" in a text file, mostly typoes and comments like "need to read this again when I'm more awake". I'll probably send them somewhere else when I finish the spec and manage to convince myself they make sense.
It seems I disagree with my dictionary on the spelling of the word "typoes". I don't feel it matters.
HTML 5 spec... no, really... too hard to read! / Comment from worms on 08 Sep 2007 at 00:05.
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