Showing posts from November, 2005

Essays & Cross-Browser Compatability

It's 4:48am, and I've just now finally finished my essay. I haven't slept in 48 hours. This is incredible. I've reached a whole new level of subconsciousness. Everything is a daze. I've actually pulled off sleeping in the library earlier this week - so that's an interesting achievement. I've fixed the menu on my site so it works properly in Firefox. It took a lot of extra coding, and a lot more figuring out. I hate cross-browser support. One browser knows immediately knew what I'm trying to do, and building my site is so fast for it. And then - I test my site in another browser, and I run into horrible problems.

Toronto in the Fall

How did we get to today? Something must have happened. I think it happened sometime around 11:59pm. The world shifted into another day.  Today is another beautiful autumn day. just gorgeous. I was walking down the streets of downtown, and seeing people walking into the stores and just having a nice brisk stroll. I was so envious. They don't have essays to work on. They have no homework. They work 9-5, 5 days a week, and that's it. 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week. When there's 168 hours in a week, that amounts to only about 24% of the week spent working. That's less than a quarter of your time! Assuming, of course, you don't sleep. I can't wait till I'm done school. I want to get a job, work, make money, start my life. I want to be able to walk down streets on Sunday and enjoy life, and pay bills and taxes. All the photographs are peeling, and the colors turn to gray, he stayed in his room with memories for days, he faced an undertow of future's laid to wa


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