Monthly Archives: January 2007

Wikipedia vs. Webcomics

For those who haven’t heard, it seems that Wikipedia has decided that webcomics aren’t an important enough part of culture to be in their encyclopedia. As I strongly disagree, I have saved one article that hasn’t been deleted yet and … Continue reading

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Konqueror with Bookmarklets

Konqueror with Bookmarklets If you’re a Konqueror user and a power user or geekier, then you’ve probably noticed, as have I, that bookmarklets (javascript bookmarks, for the buzzword-deficient) don’t work. You’ve probably also wondered “What the heck is that Minitools … Continue reading

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Comic – Gold Digger

First, for those who got here through the category system, some people consider Gold Digger to be “American Manga” and I tend to agree. Now, on with the post. It’s an epic. It’s a comedy. It’s silly. It’s awe-inspiring. It’s … Continue reading

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Anime – Tenshi na Konamaiki

For those who are unaware, I originally gained an interest in anime, manga, and fanfiction because Ranma ½ was a gender-bending story. At the time, I was obsessed with the inherent possibilities for character interaction, character development, and humor. (I … Continue reading

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Fanfiction – Sexual Endeavours

Sexual Endeavours by Ichinohei Hitomi Anyone who reads a lot of Ranma and Sailor Moon fanfiction will agree that there are very few Ranma “fukufics” where Ranma becomes a magical girl voluntarily. In fact, most people will point to only … Continue reading

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A Plea For Standards, Sanity, and Openness

Please Use Standards, Sanity, and Open Formats I finally got around to starting my own (much more generalized) equivalent to various “MS Word is not a document interchange format” rants I’ve run across over the years. Give it a look. … Continue reading

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SDL and TwinView

Anyone who has ever used an SDL application on an X11-based GUI with nVidia TwinView (most Linux users with an nVidia video card and two monitors) has probably been bitten by this one once or twice… With nVidia TwinView, fullscreen … Continue reading

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