After closing Bram.us a week or three, I got the feeling to restart it. Most like you know (or didn’t, but now you do) is that Bram.us was driven by a homemade CMS, dubbed “B-Noob”. Major adjustments were planned, but then WP2 came out, having nearly all I wanted in a CMS. Continue reading “My WP2”
- 3 steps of separation : Define – Adjust – Result
- Drag support for manual adjustments
- Added extra padding option
- New and improved website
Go check it out yourself at
Went to see U2 last night together with my girlfriend (yes, she’s back from the States!), my brother and a friend of hers.
Well yeah, nearly September so the new Television Season is about to start. One of my favorite shows is Scrubs (from which the subject of this newsitem is extracted ) but there appears to be some vague information floating around this show … actually nowhere I can find information on when the new season will start. The Official Scrubs site states "Thursdays 8/9c Starting August 18", but those are reruns that will be aired. Scrubs-TV.Com doesn’t have information either but http://scrubs.mopnt.com/ states that Scrubs Season 5 definately is a go (scroll down to their post "May 18, 2005 Season Five…When?" — why can’t I get a permalink?)
Since my last format a few weeks ago (it has been 1.5 years since — rather spectacular imo), I switched from Outlook Express to Outlook 2003.
A feature that I have been missing in Outlook is the ability to view the source of the message (handy when you are in doubt if a message is genuine or if it’s just an other (uncaught) virus/spam message).
I’ve been meaning to write here sooner, but loads of stuff have kept me from writing here … therefore I’m just bundling it all up into 1 post 😉
Yeah, it’s here.
Changes since last version:
- Added support for images with the content on the right
- Script now checks for approximations of the ignore color instead of an exact match
URL still is