Friday, October 10, 2008

HTML and Me

Blogger has had some glitches lately, so I've had to teach myself some html. I was annoyed at first, but it's turned out to be really interesting. As an added benefit, I don't have to depend on Blogger's shortcut "compose" buttons if they aren't working correctly.

At this rate, I'll be writing programs and creating computer viruses in no time. Just kidding.


Anonymous said...

"Blogger has had some glitches lately. so I've had to teach myself some html."

Correction - I'm guessing you intended for that to be a comma not a period, since everyone knows you should not begin a sentence with "so" and it wasn't capitalized.

Anonymous said...

Geeze, some people annoy me. Can't she just express? Does it always have to be perfect? A small typo. Get over it.

Sharon said...

But it was my typo, and I'll fix it.

Anonymous said...

When someone's built built themselves a little empire on grammar, it seems only fair to point out the occasional error (typographical or no).

Also, it's entirely plausible to properly construct a sentence beginning with the word 'So.'

Anonymous said...

I think it's perfectly acceptable and expected that sharon will make a grammar error now and then, but given the fact that she started a group called "I judge you when you use poor grammar" and has written a book on that topic, it is also only to be expected for others to point it out when she does make a mistake. So yes, 3:29, she can express, but unless she is being entirely hypocritical she must expect others to judge / correct her when she does express.

Guy Fawkes said...

Every commenter on this post, including Sharon, has missed a significant, overarching point.


This is a blog post from Empress of the Divine Anglo-Saxon Grammar Empire. The key phrase in the preceding sentence is "blog post." Welcome to the intarwebz.

Do not fuck with me on this point. I enjoy bloodplay.