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About the site redesign: OH YES I DID!

It is weird typing this, because just a week ago I claimed that I was done changing the site, but I went and did it anyway (but, sadly, not a week later like predicted). But the change is pretty big, but I like it a lot. The menu moved to the bottom along with the nav-bar stuff (minus the button to flag me for deletion, but whatever. i probably won't start talking about my sex life here because it is rather non-existant). And, with the nav-bar gone, you can actually print my posts and it doesn't look weird. The mini-blog has a new name and a new, more prominent position because it's nice to put something actually updated where people can see it I'll just link to the articles there so people can find it.

In a way, I see the simplicity of the new site as it's beauty. There are very few sites that have such a basic format that I stick out by being so simple. I mean look at the majority of xangas and myspaces where it is normal to have ridiculously small text on backrounds that make it hard or impossable to read. So consider this to be a rebellion against bad web design! Charge!


Ok, that was retarded. But only mildly.



Posted on 01 November, 2005 | Post Page |

Baby Got Back covered in hilarious way: Yes, I'm doing more rap stuff.

Wough, wait what was that? If you weren't here on Saturday you'll never know!


For all you people who liked that folk Straight Outta Compton from a couple weeks back will probably like this version of Baby Got Back. Just a hunch.

Boing Boing: Nerd folksinger covers Baby Got Back

Most of this songs awesomeness comes from it's creepiness, most of which is transferred over from the original lyrics. It's not really mean, just really dirty. Reallllllly dirty.


From the singer's, Jonathan Coulton's, site:

This week is a cover of Baby Got Back by Sir Mix-a-Lot (note: he is not an actual knight). Had to activate the whole team for this one - guitar, mandolin, banjo and even some shakers and tambourines and other things lying around the house. I'’ve wanted to cover this song for a long time, because it is excellent - there'’s a wonderful message in there for those of you who have big butts. In the proud tradition of many white Americans who came before me I hereby steal and white-ify this thick and juicy piece of black culture. Watch for my album "Jonathan Coulton Sings Songs by Black People."


Posted on 30 October, 2005 | Post Page |

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