September 7th, 2005


Imaginary Events

I was having a dream this morning that seemed like it was about to go someplace entertaining, and then I stuck my hand in a cactus and had to spend the rest of the dream picking spines out of my thumb. At least there wasn't too much imaginary pain.

Jeff's Star Wars game last night. Got to figure out what my character's fictitious alien race wears on formal occasions, sort of on the spur of the moment, which was amusing.
Mister Cranky-pants

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Okay, anybody who builds support websites (which isn't anybody reading this, I don't think; I'm talking code structure rather than look-and-feel): if you have, on your website, a little popup kind of thing that says, basically, "please write us a short essay telling us how we can better serve you", with a place for the user to enter contact info so they can get a response, and if the user clicks "send" but there's something wrong so you have to change the popup to say "sorry, you need to pick a category for this question", and you DON'T copy the information from the textbox into the new popup, so that the little mini-essay the user wrote explaining the problem is now completely lost?

Then please set your own head on fire, so that I don't have to do it for you.

Because I am running out of matches.