Life is fucked up. Congratulations: You now know everything there is to know about anything. Why are we here?: Our parents fucked each other. Why d--/end pointless page. Anyways... by May (?) the forums will be in training mode so all mods and admins can start learning to use it. The current forums will still be available to everyone else.
If you haven't already done so, add me on Facebook. Um. I'm also on reddit and YouTube under the same name. Want to know something funny? I'm clinically bipolar and I never write depressing blogs. More? No.
Oh, and Firefox also allows one to inspect a website in 3D. Take a look at my blog in 3D. Look at all of the nice elements stacked on-top of each other. Observe its 3D glory. Fuck this shit. Why are there so many damn stacked elements? Why am I faking rage? Will Guest get their shit straight?
Hey guys, I have an important question to ask you all: What do YOU believe forums should look like? Yes, this is a serious question. The Internet is changing all of the time, and forums are one of the few things that have managed to escape because it's hard to envision them some other way, but it's quite possible. I want to release two versions of my forum software that have the traditional layout, and a new layout, in hopes to make at least some sort of impact, but I'm at an impasse.
64Digits will be one of the two to receive the final product for free, while it will otherwise cost $30USD, with free lifetime updates and support. It is written in HTML5/CSS3 with backwards compatibility, and is coded with PHP5.
I'm arranging an instrumental version of The Birthday Massacre's "Violet", but I don't have the money for a DAW like Fruity Loops, and I know several people here on 64Digits have one. If you would like to help me, I have the first part up to the vocal entrance arranged, as you can hear below. If you haven't heard the original song, it's also below. The Birthday Massacre is a small synth-pop band with a large fan base, and an FYI, the band loves when people arrange or cover their music. When they first started, they even gave away their music for free.