I’m just writing to let you know, that I’ll be gone for a while now.
First I’m going to work at the Frequency Festival in St. Pölten for the next few days as IT administrator.
I’m especially looking forward to see Skunk Anansie, Muse, Massive Attack and 30 Seconds To Mars.
After the Festival my girlfriend and me are heading for our big journey which will take us to the following places:
- Gold Coast
- Byron Bay
- Alice Springs
- Hong Kong
- …and probably a few more down under
I can’t wait until I’m back in my favorite country Australia!
Maybe – if I have net access – I’ll update this blog or my Flickr Account with some news while traveling but I’m not sure if I’ll find the time and motivation, so don’t bet on it
I just stumbled over a very odd detail concerning the Twitter homepage:
The timestamps on my tweets differ, depending on which URL I use to access my profile.
http://twitter.com/azath0th shows my last tweet as being published on 10:40 AM Aug 9th
http://twitter.com/Azath0th (notice the capital “A”) says the last tweet was posted on 12:40 AM Aug 9th
A two hour time difference because of a capital letter in the URL?
I assume it’s because of the GMT – CET timezone difference, but why is it triggered by different URLs as a signed-out user?
The HTML5 Boilerplate is a (near) perfect template to start off a new web project according to the newest standards.
Read more about it on the HTML5 Boilerplate Website.
I’ve finally found a new template for this blog, that I really like. I’m still playing around with some of the configs and plugins, but this seems to be pretty much how blog.no-panic.at will look from now on.
If anything is screwed up or you just want to tell me how awesome everything is now, drop me a line in the comments.