The site has been up and running for about a week now. If it costs $117.95 a year to keep this running, which it does, then I’ve spent… two dollars and twenty-seven cents!! That’s like a whole twelve minutes of work. This is what I sacrifice for the internet. Feel free to bow to me now.
Over the past seven days, I’ve done some editing with the general appearance of the site, as well as the look of the home page (Which was, until now, the only generally accessible page).
For all of you nerdy gerdies, I’ve been brewing up some Grade-A yogurts for you. The first few are up and running… so go get cracking! If you have no clue what the heck I’m talking about, go check out the Tim Tang Test. If you’re willing to put your mind to it, you won’t regret it. My friends and I have made it to Level 50, and are excited to continue. It’s a whole lot of fun, so go check it out. Yogurts abound!
For those of you who have checked out this website (Mostly my dudes from school), as small as it is, thanks a ton. Here’s a little jig to show my appreciation. Y’all are cool.
There was a little thingythang with my school district this week. On day two of this site’s budding life, I found it blocked on the school computers. Seriously, what sort of fun-busting algorithm were they using? At least they haven’t kept us from Problem Sleuth. So, being the little h4ck3rb0i I am, I began typing things (Like “Unblock shurikenk.at!” and “Why hast thou blockest shurikenk.at?”) into my school computer’s Google, hoping that the Feds would check my search history. The next day, the site was back on the web! So, kids, the take-away of this story is simple: The district is watching you. And they’ll have mercy on your site if you yell at them in Shakespearean.
So yeah. Week one was pretty spicy.
Thanks again, y’all.
Love, ShurikenKat. Still floppier than a floppy disk.