I have to confess, when I've tested whatever JS there is on the site and checked the graphical output of the code, I've used Netscape 4.. I don't like IE, on principle.. YMMV.
If you want to see again what the site looks like in a sick and disgusting state, and don't mind wasting billions of processor cycles and megabits of precious 'net bandwidth, just use this link. (Like I said, vomit warning! ) In case you wonder about the weird twisting background image on the right: I made it with Maple, which is a pretty amazing mathematical application (its main strength is symbolic math but it's brilliant at numeric stuff as well.)
Parse.cgi parses a pages in a "custom" format (.par files) into the html the browser sees. Among other features, parse.cgi permits random/ client-dependent/ cookie-dependent text substitutions on the fly, footnotes and easy indexing.
Before you say "that's so stupid, why make another language instead of html", read this. Besides, it basically is html, but with certain enhancements. (Think of it as preprocessor-enabled-html).
You can also see a listing of parse.cgi to get a general feel for the programming sloppiness.. if you're curious about the other maintenance/utility programs in the "suite" after experiencing that horror, well, email me I suppose.
If you're into buzz words I suppose it's DHTML, but in a pretty sick, anachronistic way.
Information I collect
I will attempt to collect e-mail addresses, IP addresses, time stamps, encryption keys, cookie jar states and other browser information (including lists of previously visited porn sites), shoe sizes, home and business addresses and phone numbers, medical records, financial information, credit card- and bank account numbers, embarrasing sexual secrets, and other useful information from visitors to my web pages.
How this information is used
The information I collect may be used to enhance the user experience on my web site; to contact and annoy visitors for marketing purposes; to contact and annoy visitors for no particular purpose at all; to attempt to interfer with the visitor's computer and corrupt and destroy data; to interfere with, and to create random havoc in, the visitors personal life for the purposes of my personal amusement; and to enhance the balance of my bank account in any way I see fit. In the case of anyone sending e-mail to me directly, I reserve the right to sell their e-mail addresses, their actual e-mails, and any information derived therefrom, to anyone, as I see fit. If no one wants to pay, I may eventually release it into the public domain under terms equivalent to the GNU Public License, and make it available to the public public for free.
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