Ake's corner


This site mostly wasn't intended to be used as blog, but rather as playground/archive. So better go to stuff section and checkout some javascript demos instead.


Well, I was almost right when said that I will edit posts manually anyway. AC adapter of my old faithful notebook eventually malfunctioned, so I've had to took my spare pc, eeepc-like netbook, as replacement.

This situation was predictable for 6-8 year old notebook, so now I have to look for proper replacement. There are two candidates: Acer TravelMate TMP259-MG-39WS and Lenovo Ideapad 520-15 and also two cheaper alternatives: ASUS K501UQ and Lenovo 310-15


Back to raw distorted «dodgy» big-beat sound.


This seems to be the first time when this page was created by generator rather than me *S&H noises are getting louder* May be that will be also the last one. Writing posts in yaml is more friendly (but you still should quote post body 'cause there are corner brackets in it), but writing post a day manually is too easy anyway. The main things that «add post slackery» affects is dates/timestamps, also it would be nice to add permalinks (can become useful somewhen).

Also I'm thinking about new page contains guides/articles about linux and/or coding.

Idea: to use hash for permalinks


Slightly changed section links and made page for writing posts to journal (I have no idea why i need two distinct «blogs», that one is more like proof-of-concept with content hosted separately in the other place)


Now I've got best idea of stuff related to neocities and web 1.0. I must create something like this or that but without a dope flash.

This compilation of animated overlays, glitching backgrounds, hovers, event-driven sounds in site design is freakin' attractive.


Decided to use cool font (unfortunately it's not Comic Sans) because "not only all can has" Trebuchet on their computers, I've seen that even on preview. At least it doesn't looks like ШГ, but also doesn't have any other glyphs than latin-1, as I see.


Added fresh loops and demos to misc section.


So after several days of me remaining in hesitation, I've implemented kinda generic backend for this site and some other ideas. It provides methods similar to localStorage, but it's server-side and has some security additions. Now, it's used by old new miniblog and managed by control page.


At the moment I'm going also rework this page (built upon my own home-made-kewl-component-web-framework) or combine it with master version.
Because it's too lazy for me to edit static pages or use some generator (unless self-written), so this gonna be kinda little CMS.