December 28, 2004

Mozilla Firefox 1.0 Internet Browser

Category: Other
I know that a lot of people already know about Firefox, but this is such a great program that I have to write a review about it really, cause I know the only people who do not use it are people who do not know about it.

I've been using Firefox ever since its version 0.4 2 years ago, and though I have tried other browsers I never switched back to anything else. So if you are still using Internet Explorer or Opera, just give a try to Firefox, you just won't believe it...

Just go to the Mozilla Project Page to download it.

That's all Folks

December 15, 2004

Searchlight with Pastor Jon Courson

Link: joncourson.com

Jon Courson is a great pastor from the ecumenical church of Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa, CA. This site contains lots of teachings on his that you can listen online, about all the books of the Bible

December 13, 2004

More about smilies

I posted a reply to my old post about new features on my profile a bit earlier, but I would like to be more precise about smilies and their use here. I made it very easy to use smilies on my home page now.

Indeed, all you have to do to insert a smiley in a text is to put this code : at the place you want to put the smiley, and replacing SmileyName with the name of the smiley, from the list below (note: this will only work on the pages of my home site, not on every multiply pages).
[2thumbsup]
2thumbsup [Mr-T]
Mr-T [_blank]
_blank [afro]
afro [alien]
alien [angel]
angel
[angry]
angry [annoyed]
annoyed [antlers]
antlers [anxious]
anxious [argue]
argue [army]
army
[artist]
artist [baby]
baby [balloon]
balloon [balloon2]
balloon2 [balloon3]
balloon3 [bandana]
bandana
[batman]
batman [beadyeyes]
beadyeyes [beadyeyes2]
beadyeyes2 [beam]
beam [beatnik]
beatnik [beatnik2]
beatnik2
[behead]
behead [behead2]
behead2 [bigcry]
bigcry [biker]
biker [blank]
blank [blush]
blush
[bobby]
bobby [bobby2]
bobby2 [bomb]
bomb [bomb2]
bomb2 [book]
book [book2]
book2
[bow]
bow [brood]
brood [bucktooth]
bucktooth [builder]
builder [builder2]
builder2 [bulb]
bulb
[bulb2]
bulb2 [charming]
charming [cheesy]
cheesy [chef]
chef [chinese]
chinese [clown]
clown
[computer]
computer [confused]
confused [cool]
cool [cool2]
cool2 [cool3]
cool3 [cool4]
cool4
[cowboy]
cowboy [crown]
crown [crowngrin]
crowngrin [cry]
cry [cry2]
cry2 [curtain]
curtain
[cyclist]
cyclist [daisy]
daisy [dead]
dead [deal]
deal [deal2]
deal2 [devil]
devil
[devilish]
devilish [disappointed]
disappointed [disguise]
disguise [dizzy]
dizzy [dizzy2]
dizzy2 [dozey]
dozey
[drummer]
drummer [drunk]
drunk [dunce]
dunce [dunce2]
dunce2 [earmuffs]
earmuffs [ears]
ears
[egypt]
egypt [elf]
elf [elvis]
elvis [embarassed]
embarassed [end]
end [evil]
evil
[evil2]
evil2 [evil3]
evil3 [evilgrin]
evilgrin [fireman]
fireman [freak]
freak [furious]
furious
[furious2]
furious2 [furious3]
furious3 [glasses]
glasses [glasses2]
glasses2 [goofy]
goofy [gorgeous]
gorgeous
[gossip]
gossip [greedy]
greedy [grin]
grin [grin2]
grin2 [grin3]
grin3 [guitarist]
guitarist
[hair]
hair [hair2]
hair2 [hanged]
hanged [happy]
happy [happy2]
happy2 [hat]
hat
[hat2]
hat2 [heart]
heart [helmet]
helmet [help]
help [hippy]
hippy [huh]
huh
[huh2]
huh2 [idea]
idea [idea2]
idea2 [idea3]
idea3 [iloveyou]
iloveyou [indian_brave]
indian_brave
[indian_chief]
indian_chief [inquisitive]
inquisitive [jester]
jester [joker]
joker [juggle]
juggle [juggle2]
juggle2
[karate]
karate [kid]
kid [kiss]
kiss [kiss2]
kiss2 [klingon]
klingon [knife]
knife
[laugh]
laugh [laugh2]
laugh2 [laugh3]
laugh3 [laugh4]
laugh4 [leer]
leer [lips]
lips
[lips2]
lips2 [lipsrsealed]
lipsrsealed [lipsrsealed2]
lipsrsealed2 [lost]
lost [love]
love [mad]
mad
[mask]
mask [mean]
mean [mellow]
mellow [mickey]
mickey [moustache]
moustache [nice]
nice
[no]
no [oops]
oops [operator]
operator [party]
party [party2]
party2 [party3]
party3
[pimp]
pimp [pimp2]
pimp2 [pirate]
pirate [pleased]
pleased [policeman]
policeman [pumpkin]
pumpkin
[punk]
punk [rifle]
rifle [rockstar]
rockstar [rolleyes]
rolleyes [rolleyes2]
rolleyes2 [rolleyes3]
rolleyes3
[rolleyes4]
rolleyes4 [rolleyes5]
rolleyes5 [sad]
sad [sad2]
sad2 [sad3]
sad3 [santa]
santa
[santa2]
santa2 [santa3]
santa3 [scholar]
scholar [shame]
shame [shifty]
shifty [shocked]
shocked
[shocked2]
shocked2 [shocked3]
shocked3 [shout]
shout [shy]
shy [sick]
sick [sick2]
sick2
[singer]
singer [skull]
skull [sleep]
sleep [sleeping]
sleeping [sleepy]
sleepy [smart]
smart
[smartass]
smartass [smartass2]
smartass2 [smash]
smash [smile]
smile [smiley]
smiley [smiley2]
smiley2
[smitten]
smitten [smoking]
smoking [smug]
smug [smug2]
smug2 [sneaky]
sneaky [snobby]
snobby
[snore]
snore [sombrero]
sombrero [speechless]
speechless [square]
square [stare]
stare [stars]
stars
[stooge_curly]
stooge_curly [stooge_larry]
stooge_larry [stooge_moe]
stooge_moe [stop]
stop [stunned]
stunned [stupid]
stupid
[sultan]
sultan [sunny]
sunny [surprised]
surprised [sweatdrop]
sweatdrop [sweetheart]
sweetheart [thinking2]
thinking2

Remarks (for advances JavaScript users):

* The smiley() function will do a document.write() of the image url. If you wish to include the url into a JavaScript string, use the second argument 'get', as in smiley('SmileyName','get'). The function will then return the url as a string.
* I added a third option (which requires the second value to be set, either to 'write' or to 'get') that allows to choose the style of the smiley among some (default being 'standard'), that are listed here:
[_blank]
standard [_blank]
square [_blank]
boardmod
The calling to the function is then something like smiley('egypt','write','square') which will be [egypt] .

ENJOY!!!
Thanks to Jason's smilies great site of smilies collections.

It takes 17 years to a dog to recogine himself in a mirror

This my conclusion of having seen my 17-yo dog looking strangely at himself in a mirror today, and then attacking his reflect! I had to come to the conclusion that he has arrived to a wise enough state of mind to be aware of his reflect in the mirror... this is the only explanation to me...