Infernal Ramblings
A Malaysian Perspective on Politics, Society and Economics

Revamping This Site

Written by johnleemk on 11:44:56 am Jul 5, 2005.

You've probably noticed I haven't been updating the site regularly any more. It's not that I don't have anything to say, but that I never have the time to put in bytes what I'm thinking (mainly because a certain telephone monopoly isn't interested in delivering service on time). I write on the spur of the moment, so when I don't have a particular inspiration, there's no point in writing (from my perspective). And most of the time when I am spurred to write...I don't have a phone line, so...

As you can see, I've slacked off doing much work on all this. I can (emptily?) promise you that this is going to change once I get a phone line (which does not equate to "soon"). What changes can you expect?

  1. Some bugfixes. I've already said this site is in beta, so you can't expect much for now.
  2. Minor redesign. The colours on this site are, to be honest, ugly.
  3. Better documentation of this site's features.
  4. An actual purpose for this site.

Until then, you can hang out at the forums. It's a really nice place. Honest. And you really should register and post there, too. It only takes a few minutes, and I don't ask any silly questions.

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