Tuesday, September 25, 2007

This one cracked me up too.

Click the title. And for reference a Fourier Transform is a messy and complicated formula for converting any function into a series of Sins and Cos. Its funny because because Fourier Transforms though proven that they will converge to any function often in actual application they are only the crudest of approximations. Therefore it is quite sad and yet quite humorous what he did to his cat. Ah yeah for over analyzing.

4 comments:

Katsu said...

There were several comics in this guys archive that made me think of you. I don't know why I didn't link you to it, I meant to. Glad you found it anyway. Quick question: why do you put your links in your title?

Boom said...

I put them in the title because I haven't exactly figured out how to put them in the text.

Katsu said...

I kinda figured that's what was going on. I'll explain the best I can without being able to point at things. On your WYSIWYG editor (that's where you type your blog) there is a button that looks like a little planet with a two-link chain in front of it. This the "Create link" button, and it lets you turn any selected text into a clickable link. Type out whatever you want to be your link text, such as "click here" or some pertinent word right in the sentence, i.e. the word "post" in "A friend of mine wrote a post about blah-di-blah." I suggest either hitting return, or finishing the sentence before highlighting the text, as I've found if you make a word/phrase linkable, then continue typing right after, it makes everything you type after it linkable as well. Anyway, write your post, select your selected text (like how that works?) and click that button. A window will pop up with a space to type the actual URL to whatever page you want to link. Click ok and you should be good to go. No more "title linking". Play around with it a bit, I'm sure you'll figure it out. Let me know if you have any more problems. If you really want to get into it, I can teach you how to create a link with HTML, like this one. Then you can learn to have even more fun and force where the link opens; new window, same window, etc. Anyway, enough of my reveling in being a little geeky-er than you in something. :o)

Boom said...

So I am all for it. One other question how do I link the stuff on my sidebar to the place where they exist in my blog (e.g. my Jokes table of content stuff. I would like it to be so that you could click on any set of jokes I have written and it will take you there.)?