Infernal Ramblings
A Malaysian Perspective on Politics, Society and Economics

Merry Christmas!

Written by johnleemk on 8:36:28 am Dec 25, 2006.
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Yes, I've been doing it again - working on updating the site's code. Much of the changes should not be noticeable, although I did play around with some of the design bits. One minor change incidentally happens to be a fix for the oldest known bug with the site - namely, that you can't log out (yeah, I know, I'm that stupid - it took me more than a year to fix this).

I have more things planned, but most of these changes will, again, not be very noticeable. I've never been very good with design, so to compensate, I prefer to work on the internal mechanics instead - there are a lot of things on my to-do list, but most of these changes, being bugfixes, will likely not be apparent.

Aside from that, I've also been working on new content for the site - I have begun work on about a dozen articles. The way I write, though, is that I let the ideas percolate and germinate for an indeterminate amount of time, and then when I'm suddenly imbued with a burst of inspiration, I sit down and churn out something new in the matter of an hour or so - this is why content updates have been a bit slow in coming. I need to be more diligent and disciplined about sitting down to write - I suppose I could make that my New Year's resolution, although I've never been fond of making resolutions.

Anyhow, have a merry Christmas and a great new year, everyone. God bless.


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