My fault, the site was screwed up for over an hour—it’s a really bad idea to slip when typing “</p>” and type “<?p>” instead.


  1. #1 Kristjan Wager
    April 26, 2006

    Only if you are working in PHP.

  2. #2 Fred J
    April 26, 2006

    Ha, Ha. I thought the president had pulled this page one time.

  3. #3 Keith Douglas
    April 26, 2006

    Well, that might explain why comment numbers seem to be down lately …

    Maybe also the TypePad stuff is slowing people up …

  4. #4 Ithika
    April 26, 2006

    You still write in old-fashioned HTML? Markdown all the way for me,
    thanks. It makes such a difference to the ease of writing, I just wish more
    blogging and blog comment software supported it “built in”. As it is, I have
    to use Greasemonkey extensions to get a little ‘Markdown’ button on most web

  5. #5 SEF
    April 26, 2006

    I didn’t even notice, because I was still ignoring the site after the TypeKey fiasco! (And playing with some virtual snails instead.) But I thought I’d better test whether the login managed to persist into another page. It got a bit scary as it seemed not to and then the form flickered and corrected itself. Now for the post button…

  6. #6 Christian
    April 27, 2006

    Must check type key

  7. #7 ceejayoz
    April 27, 2006

    Just as long as doing it in comments doesn’t work…

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