My home on the web

Well after not much thought, I moved my blog to the front page, enjoy! (I hope).

Haven't seen this in a while!

posted Mar 20, 2014, 6:09 AM by James Brown

Honestly I forgot that this site existed, maybe I should do something with it...

Anyhow I thought the text was too wide, so I changed the site width to 800px. If you don't like it you can use EasyReader or something.

On Google!

posted Jul 27, 2010, 7:22 AM by James Brown

Hey I finally made it into Google search as the second result under the search Kayorent!

In other me-news, I started work on a javascript and HTML tic-tac-toe game, which is going alright. I have to figure out how to make the x's and o's appear when I need them to where I need them to.

I guess that's all for now... I really don't have much to say do I.

Dright.

My Random Javascript Update

posted Jun 8, 2010, 3:48 PM by James Brown

Well, as my computer crashed not so long ago, I am unable to do much with Java. The computer is back fine and everything, but I seem to be unable to get Java to work again. Therefore I am now going to work mostly with Javascript (which actually has nothing at all to do with Java).

The annoyingly mixed dual-site configuration I have going here will persist until I get a job sometime around October when I will be able to pay for a real website.

Have a good day!

Dright.

First Post

posted Mar 22, 2010, 7:35 PM by James Brown   [ updated Mar 22, 2010, 7:54 PM ]

This is officially my first blog post of my website, and therefore, there's not a whole lot to talk about yet.

I still haven't been able to put my Java Applet on this site and in the meantime am using another website to host it. The applet in question is called by the extremely original name: "BallApplet." It consists of a red sphere moving across the screen, you can do a couple of things with it, but as my very first working applet it doesn't have many features yet. You'll have to see what I'm talking about in the link to the left.

Everything else about this site can currently be discovered in very short order simply by looking through all... four pages... I really need some more of those. 

To those very few people who actually have a chance of seeing this: Good day.

Dright J. Kayorent.

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