It’s a place far removed from the busy emotions of humankind; you can see clear across the galaxy, from one quasar to another. And the stars don’t twinkle unless they’ve heard a very funny joke.
In the hall of such majesty, wouldn’t you just feel the urge to... take the magic out of it? Put each smote of unearthly wisdom into meticulously detailed categories? Burn down the forest to see the trees?
Roboshrub Inc. is always happy to help you do things! One of our founding principles is “never turn down money, barter or IOU’s.” And with this latest product component, you, the customer/stockholder/vagabond, will witness firsthand Roboshrub Incorporated’s commitment to Interwebbing Readability. After reading a sneak preview article on features coming to OpenOffice, our Innovation & Original Imaginings Division spent three days working on the following proposal: “let’s do that, but louder!”
If you must click on something, go try out the page that made the data table that picture is based on: the Ocular Refocuser! The purpose of this component is to spruce up the table functionality in my rich text web apps/Opera Widgets, allowing better readability by highlighting every other row or column (trying to highlight both will get you a checkerboard pattern, very sharp!) and creating special headers. Right now the border and background colors cannot be changed, but don’t worry; like a caterpillar in a monsoon, it’s only temporary.
This semi-project will eventually be merged into Project Vont (as seen on blog), along with a bunch of other stuff we haven’t thought of yet, which will all then become the basis for the next version of Project Velt (which really needs an overhaul).
Major project development will begin exactly one week from today, according to our sources in the future, who wish to remain anonymous due to fear of paradox.
Due to a snowstorm postponing my finals for today, I was able to — get this — spend time adding about 20 color themes to this thingy. Of course, I haven’t added any purple or neutral color themes yet, but at least the system is in place.