ITS No Help Desk: Truth in Advertising
May 6, 11 am
Late yesterday afternoon ITS
No Help Desk student consultant Robert L. Ocu-Thompson-1 and this webmaster
exchanged the following bits of text over MSN Messenger:
"Tracy... will you please let me know how many of your staff you can get
to help test @ 3:30. thanks, deb
help test0r3z this serverez!
try and break it?
at 3:30 go there and just use it
oops i'm there now
3 minutes early!
Success The folder "OUTBOX-feb-2003" was successfully deleted.
i did NOT ask it to delete OUTBOX-feb-2003
it did it on login
Read on for more beta software woes, shoddy
consulting, dramatic insults, and the restoration of seven crucial outgoing
messages from February 2003.
Week of the Wiener Concludes
May 2, 12 am
Week of the Wiener concludes with seven very
special lost wieners. Shop talk: IE and Mozilla users are literally
on the same page now.
IE Users Hold on Hope
April 29, 10:45 am
Slowly but surely the IE Support train is leaving the station. If you're
an IE user and really want to torture yourself, feel free to check out Asstastic
3.0a for Mozilla IE Public Preview 1 here. Remember
that IE hates PNGs and transparency and doesn't do so well with CSS positioning,
In other news, the Week of the Wiener marches on, with yours truly recording
his first sarcastic wiener since January
31. Be sure to vote in the Ass Poll for your all-time favorite wiener
(poll requires Asstastic 3.0a for Mozilla IE Public Preview 1 or later).
Week of the Wiener: Kontent Kielbasa
April 28, 9 pm
The Week of the Wiener kicks off today with ITS
No Help Desk manager Tracy Scott earning
accolades for his sardonic remarks about the Books 24-7 program. Send
your sarcastic wiener nominations to me.
(And no self-nominations! This means you MYTUNGSTEN!)
From the oft-neglected etc. section: Weekend
Spree Injures Several Flunkies.
Asstastic 3.0a for Mozilla Released
April 25, 10:00 am
Asstastic.org is extremely pleased to return to ravenhearst
unveil Asstastic 3.0a for Mozilla,
the first step towards a new content paradigm. New features include an intuitive,
user-friendly interface, advanced back-end browser detection features, robust
H4X0rGard® technology, across the board speed optimizations, and increased
stability across most platforms.
Be advised that this is an early alpha release of pet health supplement
Asstastic 3.0 –
expect many exciting changes and bug fixes to occur in the near future.
Support for Internet Explorer users is forthcoming. Our hope is that you,
the internet user, are as excitied to use this new technology as we were
to prepare it for you.
Known issues in Asstastic 3.0a for Mozilla:
- Dial-A-Brew sometimes fails to re-dial after obtaining initial brew
(Bug #348923) – Workaround: Hit F5 or the Refresh button on your
- Asstastic logo still in development (Bug #234112)
- HTML fails to validate (Bug #123933)
- Table-free environment (Bug #012323) – 80% complete
- Support for Internet Explorer users (Bug #543995)
- Safari, Opera, and Lynx not yet tested for compatability (Bug #200128)
- New content fails to appear (Bug #000001)
Our development team wants to hear from you! Send e-mail with this
handy mailto: link, or leave
us comments, suggestions, or hurtful derisions in the comments section below.
We sincerely hope you enjoy your experience with Asstastic 3.0a for Mozilla.
With some helpful hints from ITS
Superboy Jason Prell, the search results are back up and functional.
Take a look at the 15
most recent search results NOW and don't forget to use Google for all
your ann curry pics needs!
This means I can pretty much focus on implementing advanced GUI features
and behind-the-scenes bug fixes in preparation for Asstasic 3.0 to drop
sometime later this week. I thank all of you for your patience and prayers
(except you Kate, you goin' to hell!) and wish you and yours the
best in this post-Passover season of sorrow.