I Can See You

I like to tinker with the site. Usually my tinkering leads to nothing - I still haven’t been able to redesign, in spite of numerous tries - but every now and then I’m able to come up with something handy. Like Gravatar support in the comments, which means you can get a picture of your face or whatever you like stapled to every comment you write. From www.gravatar.com:

A gravatar, or globally recognized avatar, is quite simply an 80×80 pixel avatar image that follows you from weblog to weblog appearing beside your name when you comment on gravatar enabled sites. Avatars help identify your posts on web forums, so why not on weblogs?

Basically this means that you register your Globally Recognized Avatar once on the Gravatar site and it will be available to every site with Gravatar support. I went through some of the most popular entries in the archives and was able to find one visitor with a Gravatar.

You know you like it, so why don’t you go right ahead and sign up?

Tonight I’m drinking beer at Katrine’s place and seeing Liv Marie again for the first time in ages.

The database move I rambled on about in the previous entry went smooth as silk, by the way.


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It looks like you're using Google's Chrome browser, which records everything you do on the internet. Personally identifiable and sensitive information about you is then sold to the highest bidder, making you a part of surveillance capitalism.

The Contra Chrome comic explains why this is bad, and why you should use another browser.