I had considered just emailing Ruli directly, but I guess this thing could be usefull for other bloggers as well. But as I considered posting the writing as a blog post I found it looking a bit too long and 'unruly' (no pun intended) to be posted as an ordinary entry. Thus I've decided you can either follow the link above or browse the inline frame below.
To create the above inline-frame, I used the
<object> tag. And no, 'No, I did not know this inline-framing technique when you asked me way back when. I only discovered it about a month ago while exploring WDG's guides (specifically here). There are offline versions available for those guides. Okay;)
addendum: don't forget to close the
<object> tag to avoid headaches:) (eg.
addendum 2: that web page inside the in-line frame is my first document
I've ever made that validates as W3C
certified XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS. Not this blog though (at least not yet). One step at a time...
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I don't write intellectually. I write expressively. I don't claim to be accurate, fair or thorough. I don't wanna get stuck on certain topics. Though I sometimes do. But not that often. I'd like to expand. I wanna write more poems. But I'll only upload them if they're good. I only rant about my life's hardships if it will rescue just a little bit of my sanity. I'm saner than I make myself out to be, though.
If I am an OS kernel, and I just had a kernel dump, I'd imagine that the text in this blog is what it would more or less look like.
There. Do you get it?
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