Yesterday I finally decided it would be time to add the "interesting links" archive to the site. The interesting links section uses a "Wordpress":http://www.wordpress.org "plugin":http://rebelpixel.com/projects/wp-recent-links/, but the archive of the plugin uses its own HTML template. Today, finally, I rewrote the template to match this site's design. I added a "Links":http://www.zefhemel.com/recent-links/ tab to the site that will lead you to the last 12 links and also gives you access to the links archive. Don't confuse the links section with a links section a usual website has. My link section is more of a link-blog. It contains interesting articles that I find read-worthy, but which I'm probably not going to dedicate a blog post to. The links section also has a "RSS2 feed":http://www.zefhemel.com/recent-links/feed/.
Also, as I never officially announced this: there are printable versions available for each post by clicking on the "Print this" link under the post's title.
As something to help you get through the day, here's a little Google translation "joke":
# Go to "Google's translation service":http://www.google.com/language_tools # Now type "my mom is cool and nice" (without the quotes) in Translate Text # Translate the text from English to Spanish using the options below # You'll get the following text "mi mama es fresca y agradable" (again without quotes) # Now translate the same thing (the Spanish text) back to english using the options below # What do you get?
And because I'm in a good mood: the most useless project of the month: "Nanoweb":http://nanoweb.si.kz, an HTTP webserver written in... PHP. Just what we were waiting for.