Bibi is offline

Good news and bad news. Which do you want first? Ok, then, good news: as you may have noticed, I had a new layout, because the last one wasn’t working well with IE, and even though I hate IE with all my strength, most visitors, although probably not most my frequent readers, use that evil browser. So I chose a ready-to-use style and made some changes. Now it’s all working (I hope so!) and I finished all the CSS changes I had planned. No more changes for a while, but in the future I will still change the size of my right column, which requires a change in the background image besides a change in the style sheet. I hope you like this new style.
And the bad news is that I don’t have connection at home right now, and I post from home. Usually I stay at home all day and I have my life on-line! If I have to write a review I have to be connected to check up stuff, to download the images, to read about it, etc. I need to be connected to talk to people and I need it to blog. In other words: I currently don’t have a life, now I’m an undead or a zombi, whatever you chooses. I’m not sure I will survive until I have it back up, in maybe 2 days, but until then please don’t leave me, ok? Thanks and sorry for the inconvenience.
Zombibi, from someone else’s computer and connection. Who has connection has power.

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12 Responses to Bibi is offline

  1. jorge says:

    bem vinda ao mundo dos zombies, bibi 🙂
    espero que esse problema se resolva depressa e recuperes a tua ligação/vida depressa, antes que a transformação fique permanente. vê o que me aconteceu a mim… 😉

  2. jorge says:

    oops… a box comeu os caracteres portugueses.

  3. Hemaworstje says:

    I am not leaving, I’ll sleep on the couch tonight,since you are not at home.:-)

  4. Byron says:

    To Bibi my beautiful blogger, waiting for you to come back to me.
    Byron

  5. João M. says:

    Eu também perdi o acesso de casa, temporariamente. Meu quarto está sendo reformado, mas a coisa vai ser rápida. A sorte é que tenho acesso permanente no trabalho. 🙂
    Beijos

  6. Bertrand says:

    We can’t go nowhere. You got us hooked.

  7. Mark says:

    I think you’ll find you have a very loyal group of readers. Two days won’t lose anyone.
    By the way, the new layout looks great using Firefox!

  8. Chris says:

    Two days? Forget it. I am out of here!! 😉

  9. Massilianana says:

    Hé Bibi , tu plaisantes !?
    DEUX jours à attendre d’autres surprises , c’est sympa ! Ne t’en fais pas , je crois que personne ne va te laisser tomber , au contraire !
    Enjoy the rest ,sometimes this kind of thing does not happen par hasard 😉 !
    And by the way , Bonne Année 2006 !!!
    Salut .

  10. Jimmy Enzym says:

    No worries too much, there are times when I feel same too, that it feels guilty to spend much time online. I did almost daily, since I work on computer mostly.
    In one sense we still have to interact offline, but online interaction is another way that people have to get to use to.
    Anyway, I check your blog occassionaly, some of them are really useful, some inspiring.
    You probably know this blog as well, I recommend:
    http://www.lifehacker.com
    drawn.ca

  11. Bibi says:

    Thanks you guys, and girl (Merci beaucoup Massiliana) 🙂
    Hey Jimmy, I read those two blogs and I always find neat things at them, but thanks for the suggestion. 🙂

  12. peacay says:

    The world is changing slowly.
    I have 47% I.E.
    34% FFox.
    But I think blogs probably have much higher FF than in the real online world. People who read blogs are more likely to be ‘old hands’ or a bit better with technology. Maybe..
    We should have buttons for ‘works best in Firefox’.
    I hope the connection at home works out ok BeeBee.

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