It all started with wanting to host my own email server…
As some of my friends know, I’ve had trouble with internet connection issues. For some reason, I get IP v4 internet connection and only local IP v6 connection, and that has meant I couldn’t access the internet. Of course, it serves me right for plugging into the ethernet port of a wireless router, but who’s looking? So up until now, I’ve had to resort to another computer for internet.
Table of Contents
- Wacky Intro
- Parting Thought
First, if you don’t know what .hack is, see my post on the .hack franchise.
.hack//Quantum takes place in the World R:X, another generation of the MMORPG developed by CC Corp. The story is about three girls who hang out in the world: Sakuya, Mary, and Tobias. The first is a rambunctious character who inadvertently leads her friends into a cyber trap, and the fun goes on from there.
You can mess up, but the beautiful thing is: if the browser doesn’t know what you’re asking for, it ignores it. No crashing!
Recently, I’ve been working on web pages. That’s something I’ve never done before, at least not the correct way. I used to think I had to layout a website with tables. I had no idea xml format was so easy. I was missing out on the power and simplicity of the web. All those cool websites you see? Yes, you can do them to.
In the comments section on Ars Technica today for the article about the Google user agreement alterations, the #1 comment was something along the lines of “I’m confused.” No one seems to have noticed any negative changes in the policy. KT421 (whoever that is…) provided a summary of his findings: