February 23rd, 2005
|08:49 am - Website update. . .|
Chronarchy.Com has been updated with a few new essays and the PowerPoint presentation entitled "Something Involving Tentacles". Please go easy on my bandwidth with that presentation (i.e. download it to your hard drive rather than open it again and again on my webpage). :)
I've been running this site for two years, and I'm really enjoying it. :)
Thanks for reading.
Current Mood: accomplished
Current Music: "Cowboy in the Jungle", -JB
er, put that in the "title" of the page. Check the page source for the HTML code. :)
I stole the code by comparing the code on fark.com, adf.org, and a few other places to figure it out.
|Date:||February 23rd, 2005 10:34 pm (UTC)|| |
yeah I looked at the source code of your page and others, My big question was what format that .ico file was and how to get a little pic saved as that. Thanks for clueing me in.
Yeah. I'm going off memory, so I make no guarantees that it'll work :) But it does make the page look damn spiffy and professional, doesn't it?
|Date:||February 23rd, 2005 10:51 pm (UTC)|| |
Yes! It really does. I've been wanting to do the same thing because my homepage just feels so incomplete without the nifty icon. Like, I created a page and forgot one of the key graphics so you get that little 'broken graphic' symbol and I just left it like that.
Do you know your symbol is the Japanese Hiragana (letter symbol) for the sound "chi"?
It's also the commonly accepted symbol for Saturn, aka Chronos :)
I'd make an argument that made no sense about how obviously "chi" is just a form of time based on really shaky linguistic grounds, but I'm lazy. :)
|Date:||February 24th, 2005 01:18 pm (UTC)|| |
Actually, I find it totally fascinating that the symbol for a Greek/Roman God is the same as a symbol in the Japanese syllabary (alphabet).
I just love linguistic synchronicities. It shows an interconnectedness even in seemingly unconnected things.
|Date:||February 25th, 2005 04:16 am (UTC)|| |
The .ico is a Windows icon format, 16x16 with (as I recall) a 16-color EGA palette. A Google search for "favicon" should lead you to instructions on how to make one.