Web design 2.0 - it’s all about the resource and its URL. interesting accompanying graphic, too. via.
This sentence contains all the letters in the English alphabet.
My birthday is coming up on Tuesday the 18th; here is a list of things I would like:
- your favorite word in a non-english language
- video of something rhythmic around you
- a nonsense song
- an image of you with redeye
- a drawing of your favorite vegetable
- an away message to use when I'm walking the dog
I would be thrilled to get anything(s) from this list; email it to me with "birthday list" in the subject and I won't open them 'till Tuesday.
I did this last year and it was awesome-awesome-awesome; I can't really understate how wonderful peoples' gifts were. (last year's list)
The only real option for encrypted chat on Mac OS X right now seems to be Adium. The current version is Adium 1.1.4, which supports only one form of encryption, "Off The Record" (OTR), unless there is some plugin I'm overlooking. The upcoming version (2) of Adium will use libpurple, which is behind Pidgin (formerly known as Gaim); possibly this shared code will help make more encryption options available.
I've also seen that iChat supports encryption, but only between .Mac subscribers.
Grate or finely chop 1/2 large head cabbage and 1 small onion together. Place in a large bowl.
Boil together 1/3 c vinegar, 1/3 c vegetable oil, 1/2 c sugar, 1/2 tsp salt. Be sure that the chopped cabbage and onion are well mixed. Pour the boiling hot dressing over the vegetable mixture. Now, don't touch it. Just leave it as it is for 1 1/2 hours, before mixing or tossing together.
Now mix and store in a covered container at least 12 hours before serving.
Jen made this with purple cabbage, and I made it with white cabbage, and it's delicious. Works well with 1/3 c sugar instead of 1/2. From Cooking Down East by Marjorie Standish.