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Published: Sun, 24 Sep 2006 10:12:49 GMT


New Additions to the Site

Sun, 24 Sep 2006 10:12:49 GMT

Exactly two weeks passed since the last update and many things have been added or improved. Read below for what's new.

Two of the pages in the MathVentures section were converted to use embedded MathML. This should make viewing them with MathML-compliant browsers easier. The old ASCII-art based pages are still available.

The ideas Tucan and Unixdoc were added to the Random Ideas page.

I've placed some of my old DOS-era programs online for your amusement.

I added a question about the site history to the FAQ.

More CDs were added to the Music Recommendations.

There's a new Joke in the Humour archive.

Changes at Shlomi Fish Homesite

Sun, 10 Sep 2006 13:41:17 GMT

It's been about two weeks since my last update, and here's what's new:

  1. A currently partial list of my favourite compact discs is now live. Creating this list involved a large amount of DTD, XSLT, Perl, and CSS hacking on the XML-Grammar-ProductsSyndication framework, that was written from scratch to facilitate making construction of such lists possible by and others.

    I will add the missing CDs as time goes by, and will also later on add lists for fiction books and for movies, as well as convert the existing non-fiction books recommendations into the new framework.

  2. More pages on the site were made to validate according to the World-wide-web consortium standards, and some ancient leftovers that were no longer important were removed.

  3. My list of favourite open source software was updated, with many corrections, added programs and a new navigation menu.

  4. My memoirs as a programmer from High School were heavily fixed and updated.