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”:
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.