Daddy’s got some new clothes
Lacking other things to do on a Sunday, I slapped together a new theme for you. It’s called Red Devil and features a rather nasty webcam-grab of me. I take advantage of the “position: fixed” option in CSS, which makes the menu stay in a fixed position, even if you’re scrolling the page. Pretty cool, eh? Of course, the menu doesn’t work properly in Internet Explorer and scrolls along happily, so I recommending that you change to Opera or Mozilla instead. I also set the new theme as the default theme, so if you haven’t chosen to use any special theme, Red Devil will be used. If you miss the old default theme, simply switch back in the themes section. The old layout is called Grey Box World.
There is a fair chance that my site will be featured on Spray, a rather huge commercial Norwegian site. They’ve got a section they call “15 minutes” where they give people who have private homepages a chance to brag about it. Last Saturday I got an e-mail from the guy running the section with a shitload of questions I had to answer. I sent the answers back yesterday, now we just have to wait and see.
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